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The University of Delaware's Resident Ensemble Players (REP) opens the season of plays with Dame Eileen Atkins’ Vita and Virginia, performing Sept. 21 to Oct. 1. Adapted from their letter correspondences, this play tells of the extraordinary friendship and love affair between two brilliant women, author, Vita Sackville-West, and the literary icon, Virginia Woolf.
The fall continues with suspense and intrigue in John Ball’s In the Heat of the Night, on stage Nov. 2 to Nov. 19. Adapted for the stage by Matt Pelfrey from the book that inspired the Oscar-winning film. In the Heat of the Night is sure to be a compelling evening of theatre, filled with murder and mystery.
Next, the REP presents Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s groundbreaking play, Pass Over, running from Feb. 8 to Feb. 18. A mashup of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot and the Biblical Exodus story told by a bold new American voice. Emotionally charged with poetic and humorous riffs, this play asks, “what is the value of a young black man’s life?”
Closing out the season is Ira Levin’s dark comedy thriller, Deathtrap, on stage Apr. 11 to Apr. 28. Hugely popular on stage and screen, this story is a perfect blend of schemes, plot-twists, and outrageous humor.
Subscriptions are on sale now. Save money and receive a variety of perks when you subscribe to all four shows. Discounts available for students, UD faculty/staff, and seniors. Single tickets on sale Aug. 22. For more information, visit www.rep.udel.edu.
Article by A.R. McGinty
August 17, 2023
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