Shotgun Closes Fall Season
In Shotgun, set four months after the collapse of defective levees in New Orleans, a white man and his teenage son, having lost their house to the flood, rent half of a shotgun duplex from an African-American woman, whose father has lost his home in the Lower Ninth Ward and moved in with her. Even living under one roof, though, they find a wall still runs between them (biguenet.com). By John Biguenet Dec. 2-6, Dec. 9-13, 7:30 p.m., Sundays at 2:00 p.m. Performs in Stage III.
The Crucible Staged Reading
Directing major Melaina Ricks directing a staged reading of Arthur Miller's The Crucible as part of her classwork in seminar. The directors take on one staged reading a semester to give them the chance to work with actors on a full-length script. Pictured above is Michael Grieve and fellow Conservatory students. Photo by Trace Turner.