A traditional proscenium seating 595, was built with funds from Dr. David M. R. Culbreth (Med 1877) and named for his mother. The building also houses the Lois Garren Collection of Historic Dress, named for the alumna and former faculty member who initiated the collection. Items from the Garren Collection are often displayed in the building's lobby.
- Address: 109 Culbreth Road
- Location: The Culbreth Theatre
Categories: Performing Arts, University of Virginia
The first show of Spring 2017 of the UVA Department of Drama is BLOOD WEDDING by Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Langston Hughes, and adapted by Melia Bensussen. Happily ever after or ‘til death do they part? You are cordially invited to attend an evening of love, betrayal, revenge, and family feuds. BLOOD WEDDING, directed by Dave Dalton,... more