"Of all Mr. Albee's plays, SEASCAPE is the most exquisitely written." The New Yorker.
June 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, & 17
Fridays & Saturdays at 8 pm, Sundays at 2 pm (Doors open 1 hour before show time; seating 1/2 hour before show time.)
$20 – Regular
$18 – Senior/Military
$18 per person – Groups of 10 or more
"Not only does this brilliantly original play stimulate you, it also entertains you." Newsday.
This 1975 Pulizter prize-winner is not strictly a drama but has elements of comedy, fantasy, satire, and absurdism.
Set on the dunes of a quiet beach, EDWARD ALBEE’S SEASCAPE explores, not uncustomarily, two of his favorite subjects: marriage and relationships. With his signature ironic wit and razor-sharp perception, Albee introduces Nancy and Charlie, a couple facing retirement who argue with comfortable familiarity about how to spend the rest of their lives. Nancy craves new adventure; Charlie really wants just to retire.
When a second couple, Sarah and Leslie arrive on the beach, a pitched encounter, both surreal and profound, ensues. It seems that Sarah and Leslie are also at a turning point in their lives and—let it be said—they just happen to be very special.
Director: June Alane Reif
Co-Stage Managers: Anna Jarschke and Molly Levine
Nancy – Joanna Bourne
Charlie – Jim Drain
Leslie – Joshua Huston
Sarah – Debbie Baumann
Set Design – June Alane Reif
Sound Design – Ed Fevang
Lighting Design – Joe Adams
Rock Construction – June Alane Reif, John Anderson, Brien Ecker, Bob Fisher
Riser/Stage Construction/Sand Wranglers – John Anderson, Jim Brinkerhof, Mike Jack, Joe Lewis, John Payne, June Alane Reif
* Five Show/Main Stage Passes and Complimentary Passes not valid for Black Box productions. Seating limited to 25 per performance!
Special Thanks to our Season Sponsor, Dey Laboratories, Inc.
Presented under special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service , Inc.