Celebrated for its vivid characterizations and gorgeous verse, Christopher Fry’s wry comedy, The Lady’s Not for Burning is a classic of the 20th-Century stage. When an old derelict mysteriously disappears from a medieval village, a young woman is held responsible and condemned as a witch. A world-weary soldier begs to be hanged in her place. The mayor’s nephew offers a tawdry reprieve. Will she burn? (Spoiler alert: check out the play’s title). Directed by Michael J. Hume.
Performance Dates are: March 2-4, March 9-11 at 8:00PM and matinees March 11 and 12 at 2:00PM.
Sunday, March 12 at 2:00pm
SOU Theater Building, Main Stage Theatre 491 S. Mountain Avenue
Prospective Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Students, Community
$20 general admission; $15 seniors; Free Student Tickets
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