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.
A Day of Service
Every October Webster University spends a day giving back to the community. The Webster Works program is a direct descendant of the Sister's of Loretto's tradition of service to the community. Pictured above are the Conservatory men who take on an annual project with Gateway Greening. They spend the day working on the organizations urban farm. Afterwards there is a bbq sponsored by the faculty.