"If we offend, it is with our good will." Enter the world of "Delusions," an evening of scenes and monologues woven together by the Wooster Theater Department.
In this one-act piece, 6 actors play multiple roles in scenes ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary Drama. From the comedic to the tragic, all of these characters suffer from some type of self-delusion which makes him see himself and the world not as it is, but as he imagines it to be. This promises to be a diverting, moving, and raucous night of theatre which showcases the breadth and depth of the actors' talents and the highlights the simple power of good playwriting!
Directed by Claire Simard with Technical Direction by Kim Gerardi, Costumed and Assistant Directed by Andrea Barrett. Featuring Temidayo Garritano, Charlie Snow, Ross Spellman, Connor Staub, Ben Staw, and Liam Weaver.
Performances are: Friday, November 17 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, November 18 at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm in the Black Box Theatre.
*NOTE: Delusions contains strong language which may be unsuitable for children under 13 years old.
All tickets are $15 each. Ticket purchases can be made at: http://woosterschool.org/delusions
Seating is extremely limited, so we ask that you please honor your reservation.