winner's work showcased at CSUS
cheese plant, a fundamentalist church, a community theater and two
mysterious murders dominate the small town of Dublin, Mo. when California
State University, Sacramento's theatre and dance alumni chapter
take up residence in August.
chapter is producing Lanford Wilson's dark comedy Book of Days.
Curtain times are at 8 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on
Sundays, Aug. 2 - 25 in the Playwrights' Theatre located in Shasta
the play, the owner of a successful cheese plant dies in a mysterious
hunting accident. His bookkeeper Ruth - who also happens to be playing
the lead in the local production of Saint Joan - suspects murder.
But her friends and neighbors wonder if her role is going to her
is one of the most esteemed contemporary American playwrights, with
hits including The Hot L Baltimore, Fifth of July, Burn This and
the Pulitzer Prize-winning Talley's Folly.
of Days is lively storytelling by one of our best playwrights,"
wrote the Detroit Free Press. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch called
it "a densely populated, unpredictable little world filled
with intriguing characters."
are $12 general and $7 for students, seniors, SARTA Members, and
Alumni Association Members. Tickets are available at the CSUS Ticket
Office at (916) 278-4323 or at Tickets.com
at (916) 766-2277. For more information visit the CSUS theatre and
dance alumni chapter website at www.csus.edu/org/theatre_alumni/.