This Faculty Showcase production, and winner of Broadway's Tony Award for Best Play in 1998, features CWU performance faculty members George Bellah 3rd, Keith Edie, and Michael J. Smith as three men whose friendship is fatally disrupted when one of them spends a small fortune on a modern work of art which he believes to be a masterpiece, and which his friend considers to be a complete joke. A scathing comedy, 'Art' pits the value of friendship against the value of art, with hilarious and touching results.
By: Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton
Intended for mature audiences.
Oct. 3 and 4 at 7:00 p.m.
General Admission $8
CWU students with ID $5*
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