Women and Wallace is a dark comedy that playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman penned when he was only 18. It won a place in the prestigious Playwright’s Horizon’s Young Playwright Festival in 1988. Though it’s not exactly a well-known title (one reviewer lamented that it is “known only to the theatrical hipster elite”), the much-lauded play had an off-Broadway run, as well as a television adaptation for PBS’ American Playhouse.
Women and Wallace is directed by Jeff Catanese and stars Garrett Funk, Kirby Gibson, Jackie Collison, Jane Hallstrom, Alison Young and Candice Owen. Women and Wallace opens on Thursday, April 3rd and runs through Saturday, April 19th, with performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm and Sunday afternoons at 2:30 pm.
All tickets are $15.00.