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SUNY Orange presents a Durang play festival

Totally Durang’d an evening of ten one act plays by Christopher Durang, one of America’s most original and funniest contemporary playwrights.

Award winning actress Sigourney Weaver has said “Hilarious and gleefully disturbing, Christopher Durang’s writing is full of wit and mischief.” Durang is relentlessly entertaining whether the play is a stylish burlesque of other playwrights or a vitriolic challenge to the myths of organized religion, the American family, parenthood-in short, all our most closely held assumptions.

Totally Durang’d will enjoy a six performance run on the weekends of April 6-8 and 13-15. Friday/Saturday performances go up at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday performances begin at 3 p.m. There will be a talk back with the director and cast on Saturday evenings after the performance. Performed at the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange at the intersection of Wawayanda Avenue and Grandview Avenue.

Some plays may not be suitable for children. Cash, check or major credit cards accepted at the box office. Ticket prices are $ 12 adults; $10 seniors, Faculty/Staff, Alumni; $ 4 students. Active duty military admitted free. Student tickets are available at the box office only.

All other tickets may be purchased in advance online at sunyorange.edu. For information call 341-4790. Box office opens one hour before curtain time.

For updates on all cultural and artistic events at SUNY Orange, visit “The Arts at SUNY Orange” Facebook page. The William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall is universally accessible. Parking is available in the college parking lot at the intersection of Wawayanda and Grandview avenues.

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