OCA Theatre presents Silkworms

05/16/2019

05/16/2019

0:00 To 0:00


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The Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University Theatre program presents Silkworms by Isabel Nelson & Anne Bertram.

Set in 17th century Italy, a group of Dominican nuns resist the oppressions of their distant male superiors, leading to a potentially fatal standoff that sparks a daring rebellion. Developed by Theatre Unbound of Minneapolis, which specializes in new work by and about women. Directed by Terri McMahon.

$20 regular, $15 seniors, FREE for full time students from any school. Student tickets must be purchased in person and must have appropriate ID.

Purchase tickets online oca.sou.edu/box-office or by calling or stopping by the
OCA Box Office 541.552.6348 491 S. Mountain Ave. Ashland, OR
Monday – Friday Noon-5pm and one hour before each performance.

PARKING DURING PERFORMANCES: Park in the large lot on S. Mountain Ave and Henry Streets across from the SOU Music Building for FREE the evening of each performance.

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