The Library by Scott Z. Burns
October 4-6, 7:30 p.m.; October 7, 2 p.m.
Dale Snow Theatre, East Stroudsburg University Fine & Performing Arts Center
Produced by Stage II, the student theatre organization.
This topical drama examines the aftermath of a deadly shooting spree at a fictional high school. One of the wounded victims is accused by another survivor of betraying the location of other students hiding in A/V closet to the gunman. Or was the betrayer the “heroic” student who led others in prayer during the shooting? What is the truth, and how do the students, parents, and media vie to control the narrative of the story?
Recommended for mature high school students and adults
General admission, $10; senior citizens, and faculty/staff, (with ID), $7;
Students (with ID), $5
Advanced reservations are strongly suggested because of the intimate size of the theatre.
Carter Chamber Music Series Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Concert
Enjoy some “‘Scary’ Chamber Music” presented by the noted musicians featured at the first Carter concert: Mary Rowell, violin; Frances Rowell, violoncello; and Distinguished Professor of Music Emeritus Robert Miller, piano.
Selections include”Ghost” Trio in D Major, Op. 70, no.1 by Beethoven;”Danse Macabre”, Op. 40 by Saint-Saens; and Trio in C minor, Op.66 by Mendelssohn.
General admission is $15; ESU students and students 18 & under with ID, $5.