CHESTERTOWN – September 2009 marks the 50th anniversary of a classic work of the modern American theater – Edward Albee’s “Zoo Story.” It was the first hit play by one of America’s great playwrights, and in honor of its semicentennial, the Washington College Department of Drama will present “Zoo Story” as the inaugural production in the newly renovated and expanded Gibson Center for the Arts.
Directed by Dale Daigle, Chair of the Drama Department, “Zoo Story” will be staged at Tawes Theatre in Gibson on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, September 1-3, at 6 p.m.
The Washington College production of “Zoo Story” features students Corey Holland and Benjamin Alejandro Seger Sol de Seingalt. The stage manager is Emily Pelland, with sound supervised by Ed Hoegg.
Admission is free and open to the public.