Capital University Theatre will present Death Takes a Holiday
, written by Alberto Casella, rewritten for the American stage by Walter Ferris and directed by Capital Professor Dan Heaton, through Sunday, April 21.
What would happen if Death, weary and curious, took a few days off to see what life is all about? A contemporary classic performed world wide for decades, this play presents us with philosophical questions about life, death, love, lust, humanity and the afterlife.
Thursday through Saturday performances will be given at 8 pm, and Sunday’s matinee will be given at 2. Call the Cabaret Theatre Box Office at 614-236-7174 to reserve tickets. Contact Dr. Dan Heaton at 614-236-6207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.