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Theatre GRU Presents Goblin Market

Theatre GRU presents: Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti adaptation by Patricia Pace adapted and directed by Melanie Kitchens O’Meara.

Visually stunning and ripe with sensuous language, Christina Rossetti’s poem Goblin Market is performed by six Victorian actresses between occasional rests in The Green Room. Patricia Pace said, “the adaptation investigates the many layers of meaning in the poem — a children’s cautionary tale, a rebuke to the new commodity market in Victorian England, a religious allegory, a poet’s wish for a female literary tradition, a fantasy about women caring for other women.”

*Contains mature content.

 

When?

Thursday, March 19, 2015 7:30 PM ET

Where?

Maxwell Theatre

Contact Information:

Maxwell Theatre Box Office

Hours: Monday – Friday 1 PM – 5 PM

706-667-4100

 

Other Information

Tickets: General Public: $10

GRU Alumni: $7

Active and Retired Military: $7

Seniors (60+): $7

Students and children: $5

GRU faculty and staff: $5

GRU students: one ticket free with valid JagCard

Assisted listening devices are available at the box office.

Services are available for persons with disabilities. Some services may require four weeks advance notice. Contact the Testing and Disability Services office at 706-737-1469 or tds@gru.edu

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