Written by Robert O’Hara
Directed by Beth Wood
February 23 – March 10, 2012
Antebellum unfolds against the backdrops of a southern American plantation, a German concentration camp, the world premiere of Gone With The Wind and 1930s Berlin cabarets. Two stories merge as a love affair between two men, one Jewish and the other African-American, bridges time, space and gender. Through juxtaposed realities of Nazi cruelty and Hollywood dreams, this sweeping romance challenges intolerance of race and religion and discrimination on both sides of the Atlantic.
Antebellum is an intense exploration of discrimination written by nationally-recognized playwright Robert O’Hara and directed by CPT Associate Artistic Director Beth Wood.
Featuring: Dana Hart*, Laurel Hoffman, Audrey Lovy, Nicholas Sweeney, Mark Rabant
*Member Actors’ Equity Association
Creative Team: Lauren Calevich (Production Stage Manager), Rose Sengenberger (Dramaturg), Beth Wood (Set Designer), Andrew Kaletta (Lighting Designer), Melanie Boeman (Costume Designer), Richard B. Ingraham (Sound Designer), Michael Seevers, Jr. (Music Director), Tim Cable (German Coach)
Tickets are $10 – $25 playing Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Take advantage of $10 nights on Mondays and Thursdays, and don’t forget about Free Beer Fridays – stay after the show to mingle with the cast and enjoy a drink or two on us!
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