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Coming to the Stage in February 2024
By Annie Baker
Two 30-somethings loiter in back of a Vermont coffee shop. Among the dead plants, milk crates, and cigarette butts, they muse on poetry, their long-defunct rock band, and their broken dreams. When a lonely high schooler happens on their world, they seize the opportunity to teach the boy everything they know about life. Annie Baker’s quiet play of friendship, art, love, and death is a powerful and empathetic look at a disaffected generation, echoing the alienation all of us feel at one time or another.
*This play contains mature themes: smoking, drug use, language, discussion of overdose.
Performed in the BONDURANT AUDITORIUM in PRESTON HALL
February 14 - February 17 @ 7:30 pm
February 18 @ 2:00 pm
All tickets are FREE.
Tickets for all Theatre and Cinema performances are available online at https://rutheatretickets.universitytickets.com/ by calling 540-871-5289, or during the week of the show, at the Theatre and Cinema Box Office, 240 Walker Hall.
All performances for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 will be held in Bondurant Auditorium in Preston Hall unless otherwise stated below. To learn more, contact Richard Dunham, Chair, 540-831-5012 or the Theatre Office, 540-831-5141