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By William Inge
Directed by Jason Chimonides
A Theater-by-the-Grove Production

Dates and Times: November 6–8 and 12–15 at 7:00 p.m.; November 9 at 2:00 p.m.
Location: Waller Hall Mainstage

The luxury of beauty—its advantages and its consequences—are a few of the conflicts that take hold in this popular, Pulitzer Prize winning story by William Inge. Picnic presents a love triangle involving the beautiful Midge; her not-so-attractive sister, Millie; and the nomadic, charismatic, mysterious, and handsome, Hal. Things begin to unravel when a wealthy suitor, Alan, wants to marry Midge and forces her to choose between her mother’s hopes for a good life with Alan or her own affection for Hal. This play contains strong situations to which some audience members may object and which may not be appropriate for children.

Posted on 7/31/2008 6:42:29 PM

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