Theatre Continues Season with Coming-of-Age Summer Camp Saga
November 2, 2017 - summer camp
Wednesday, Nov 01, 2017
The UNCW Department of Theatre 2017-18 deteriorate continues with Gregory Moss’s “Billy Witch,” destined by partner professor Robin Post.
Winner of a Reva Shiner Comedy Award, “Billy Witch” draws from a nostalgia of 1980s slasher films and campfire legends to tell a story of ungainly youth Oliver’s kooky encounters during Blue Triangle Nature Fun Time Summer Camp.
This is a second uncover Post has destined during UNCW. On operative with playwright Moss, she said, “We had flattering unchanging conversations about a play from a time we motionless to direct. Taking into care his prophesy for a square and receiving construction to a pieces that weren’t as apparent to me has been a extensive help.”
“Billy Witch” will run Nov. 9-12 and Nov. 16-19. All shows will take place on a Mainstage Theatre in a UNCW Cultural Arts Building. Tickets are $15 for a ubiquitous public; $12 for seniors, UNCW employees and alumni, and $6 for students (sales taxation included). They are accessible during a Kenan Box Office, by job 910.962.3500 or online. They can also be purchased in chairman one hour before to any show. Show times are 8 p.m. Thursday by Saturday with Sunday matinees during 2 p.m.
Post, Moss and a expel will be benefaction for a talk-back on opening night.
*Warning: Billy Witch contains impertinence and adult situations and is endorsed for audiences over a age of 14.
Other 2017-18 Department of Theatre productions include:
Written by Christopher Marlowe
Feb. 15-18 Feb. 22-25
Student Lab Series
Written by Henrik Ibsen
Apr 12-15 Apr 19-22