The winter storm that blew into the Greensboro area caused the two shows to cancel their second showings during the first weekend of February. However, the shows are worth the wait, and any tickets that were purchased in advanced will be honored for the rescheduled shows.
The House of Bernarda Alba with its serious themes that delve into the oppression of women, prejudices, and authoritarianism enlighten the audience to the reality of life.
Noises Off! helps the audience travel out of reality into life on the stage that is full of drama, deception, and many laughs.
These two polar opposite plays bring together the talent of the Playmakers and long-time Page drama teacher / director Michael Parrish, and guest director Lee Willard. The shows exemplify the dedication of both teachers and students.
The House of Bernarda Alba by Spanish playwright Federico García Lorca keeps the audience thinking, contemplating, and helps to bring a deeper insight to the plight of women both now and in the past.
English playwright Michael J. Frayn brings the audience laughter, amusement, and sometimes dismay due to the frolics and fumbles of the actors playing actors in Noises Off!
Both shows are worth the wait and are age-appropriate for middle school and older. Ticket prices of only $4.00 for each show or $7.00 for both make for an affordable night out.
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