BTC season opens with 'Everything in the Garden'
Performances run though Oct. 18
WALTHAM, Mass. — The Brandeis Theater Company season opened Oct. 8 with a lesser-known 1967 Edward Albee play that puts the “green” in greenhouse. “Everything in the Garden” focuses on Jenny and Richard, a suburban couple who has everything in their marriage but enough money. When Mrs. Toothe makes a titillating proposal, we see just how far the pair will go to reach their financial dreams. A three-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, Albee is best known as the author of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” which also dramatizes suburban angst with biting humor. Eric Hill, the Barbara '54 and Malcolm L. Sherman Professor of Theater Arts, directs.
“Everything in the Garden” runs through Sunday, Oct. 18.
Location and Tickets
Brandeis Theater Company productions are performed in the intimate theaters of the Spingold Theater Center, located on the Brandeis University campus at 415 South St. in Waltham, Mass. Tickets may be purchased online and by calling 781-736-3400, option #5. For directions and more information, visit the BTC Web site.
About the Brandeis Theater Company
Created in 2005, the Brandeis Theater Company is a model for training theater artists that is unique in the Boston area. The company is an ensemble of students, guest artists, faculty and staff of the Theater Arts Department committed to producing progressive, dynamic programming.
Photos by Mike Lovett.