Oleanna by David Mamet
March 4 – 19, 2016

Directed by Rebecca Bradshaw

Named one of Time Magazine’s “Ten Best Plays,” Oleanna is a seething investigation of "political correctness" in a time when the nation's morality has been tested. Mamet’s two person script focuses on Carol, a student and John, her professor whom she accuses of sexual exploitation. Over the course of three encounters, Mamet begs the audience to question what it means to be right or wrong

“Oleanna was one of the most stimulating experiences I've had in a theater. In two acts, he succeeded in enraging all of the audience - the women with the first act, the men with the second. I recall loud arguments breaking out during the intermission and after the play, as the audience spilled out of an off-Broadway theater all worked up over its portrait of . . . sexual harassment? Or was it self-righteous Political Correctness?" – Roger Ebert.


Craig Ciampa as John

Margaret Clark as Carol


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