The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University presents The Living By Anthony Clarvoe - A part of the Webster University World AIDS Day 2020 Virtual Celebration

The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University presents

The Living

By Anthony Clarvoe

Originally produced by The Denver Center Theater Company

Directed by Jennifer Wintzer

 

A story about the bubonic plague, this metaphor for the AIDS crisis begins with a note from the playwright, a note that starkly reminds us of the play's relevance today: "Throughout the action, until the very end, no one approaches within arm's reach of anyone else. The exception is Herman, and only when he wears protective clothing. No object is handed directly from one person to another. Everyone on stage is isolated in space."

 

The video for THE LIVING will be available promptly at the show time you have selected. The show runs approximately two hours and twenty minutes, including a ten-minute intermission.

  • Friday, November 20, 8 pm CST

  • Saturday, November 21, 3 pm CST

  • Saturday, November 21, 8 pm CST

  • Sunday, November 22, 3 pm CST

  • Sunday, November 22, 7 pm CST

 

***A part of the Webster University World AIDS Day 2020 Virtual Celebration***

Dial-In Information

The video for THE LIVING will be available promptly at the show time you have selected. The show runs approximately two hours and twenty minutes, including a ten-minute intermission.


The link for reserving tickets for THE LIVING: http://alumni.webster.edu/theliving

Sunday, November 22 to 12:00am

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