“Be prepared for a surprise: an evening of theatrical fireworks that prompt astonished oohs and ahs, genuine laughter and a certain amount of delicious unease.” – New York Times
Sometimes order, no matter how stultifying, is the only defense against chaos, and so we cling to it. In his first Pulitzer prize-winning play, the late Edward Albee uses sharp, musical dialogue and painful interplay among his characters to explore the shattering effects of fear on our everyday lives. How do we go on in the face of nameless, but real, terror? And when the terror recedes, can we regain our equilibrium, can things return to normal after we’ve shown our frailty to our world?
Live Arts is Charlottesville, Virginia’s cutting-edge community theatre. We have developed an unlikely blend of professional standards, high production values, and bold, modern work with a commitment to amateur actors. Since 1990, our company has fostered the creation of more than 90 works, ranging from new interpretations of classics to avante... more