The Williamston Theatre kicks off its run of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated drama “Alabaster,” by Audrey Cefaly, May 25 at 8 p.m.
The play focuses on a noted photographer, Alice, who “sets out to explore the topography of scars and the women who bear them. Her journey takes her to the mysterious realm of Alabama. What begins as an artistic collaboration between two women becomes an intimate exploration of love, grief and longing. This bittersweet portrait explores the meaning and purpose of art and the struggle of the lost and tortured souls that seek to create it,” the theater said in a press release.
The show contains mature content and language. Check the theater’s website, williamstontheatre.org, for a note about trigger warnings.
Attendees must wear masks to the performances on May 26, June 3 and June 18. Masks are strongly recommended for other performances but aren’t required.
Tickets can be purchased on the theater’s website or by calling 517-655-7469 Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. They’re $28 for Thursday evenings, $37 for Friday and Saturday evenings and $34 for Saturday and Sunday matinees. Guests 65 and older and members of the military receive a $2 discount, and those with a valid student ID can purchase tickets for $10.
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