OLEANNA

Genre: Drama
by David Mamet and directed by Timothy J. Amrhein

Oleanna is a two-character play about the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female students who accuses him of sexual harassment and, by doing so, spoils his chances of being accorded tenure. The play's title, taken from a folk song, refers to a 19th-century escapist vision of utopia. This show is for mature audiences only. Previews begin November 19 at 4PM, with performances running November 20 at 6PM and November 21 at 4PM and 8PM. This production stars Solomon Peck as John and Adrianna Riolo as Carol.
About the Company: York College (The City University of New York)

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Preview:   11/19/08
Open:   11/20/08
Close:   11/21/08

Schedule:
Preview - Wed., November 19 at 6PM
Thurs., November 20 at 6PM
Fri., November 21 at 4PM and 8PM
Theater:   York College Little Theatre, Performing
Address:   94-45 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11451
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Cost:$5.00 General Admission, Students and Seniors
Company: York College (The City University of New York)         Official Web Site: www.york.cuny.edu/