February 26 - March 8, 2015
In a New Translation/Adaptation by Jen Wineman
Directed by Jen Wineman
Nafe Katter Theatre
Set in the 1940s in a small northeastern town, this titillating new adaptation by Jen Wineman places the heroines in Rosie the Riverter’s overalls and Donna Reed’s pearls. Lysistrata’s campaign to end war, leads the women of Athensville to withhold sex from their husbands and lovers to force a peace accord. The demure housewives shed their inhibitions and firmly grasp control of their situation as they tease a peace for the country. The comedic tension builds to a hysterical climax in this raucous, bawdy happy idea of a play by the “father of comedy” calls us to seriously consider war through no-holds-barred laughter.
This production contains sexual humor and is not recommended for children.
$75 Adult Three Show Package
$69 Senior Three Show Package
$21 Student Three Show Package
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Connecticut Repertory Theatre
CRT, part of the School of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut, is the professional producing arm of the Department of Dramatic Arts. CRT stages an array of the best in theatre, from classic plays and musicals to premieres of the latest contemporary work, featuring some of the nation’s finest theatre professionals on stage with the department’s most promising students. The synergy between professionals and advanced student artists creates extraordinary theatre and a unique learning environment.