theatre.pdf - Antony Leggit\u2019s Book of Modern Sensibilities By Aaron Jones \u201808 Directed by Ryan McWhorter \u201800 In the Black Box November 28-30

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Antony Leggit’s Book of Modern Sensibilities By Aaron Jones ‘08 Directed by Ryan McWhorter ‘00 In the Black Box November 28-30 & December 1, 2007 D esire, greed, sibling rivalry and dark secrets mark the Spring pro- duction of this Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize winning play. Originally produced on Broadway in 1955, it garnered 4 Tony Awards, including Best Play, Best Scenic Design, Best Actress (Barbara Bel Geddes, some know her as Miss Ellie from Dallas ), & Best Director (Elia Kazan). Set in the deep South, Big Daddy is dying and everyone wants to inherit his opulent southern plantation and all that goes with it. Every relation- ship and bond is suspect and mendacity and deception are common place. It’s been described as a “delicately wrought exercise in human communication.” Department of Theatre arts 2007-2008 Season Presented in collaboration with The Department of Music Book by Joe Masteroff Music by Jerry Bock Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick Directed and Choreographed by Kim Barber Knoll Musical Direction by Toni Anderson Saturday, October 27 Homecoming Performance at 2 p.m. October 25-28 & November 1-3, 2007 Ticket Information She Loves Me $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for seniors, children and non-LaGrange College Students Antony Leggit’s Book of Modern Sensibilities $5.00 General Admission Cat on a Hot Tin Roof $8.00 for adults, $4.00 for seniors, children and non-LaGrange College Students Evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday Matinees begin at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, October 27, performance of She Loves Me at 2:00 p.m. Box Office 706-880-8080 [email protected] C onsidered one of the most charming musicals ever, this endearing romantic comedy garnered a total of 14 Tony nominations. Set in an elegant Budapest parfumerie in the 1930s, the story revolves around two feuding shop clerks who are con- stantly at odds with one another, not realizing that each is the oth- ers’ anonymous romantic pen pal met through a lonely hearts ad.

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