Jesse Bordwin ’10 will be directing A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Written by Peter Nichols, this play (what wikipedia says)
“centers on a British couple who are struggling to raise their only child, a severely handicapped girl with whom they cannot communicate. She is incontinent and unable to communicate. Taking care of her has occupied nearly every moment of her parent’s lives since her birth, and this has taken a heavy toll on their marriage.
Sheila, her mother, still clings to impossible dreams of Josephine’s recovery, while Bri has begun to entertain chilling fantasies of killing Josephine.”
Sounds intense! Tickets are free, but you should get them at the Box Office in advance.
Dates: Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Time: 8pm, 2pm and 8pm on Sat
Place: ’92 Theater