Trinity University Theatre- Presents Thornton Wilder’s THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH

Trinity University Theatre- Presents Thornton Wilder’s THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH

THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH
Directed by Kyle Gillette
Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece condenses all of human history into a family comedy. George and Maggie Antrobus, married for 5,000 years, face daunting tasks, from inventing the alphabet and the wheel to keeping the hearth fire burning in the face of repeated imminent apocalypses. Their wry and seductive maid, Sabina, laments that everything “is always beginning again,” while their children grow up in a world of pet dinosaurs and mastodons in a quaint suburban home in modern-day Excelsior, New Jersey.

April 11-13 and 23-26, 2014

Friday/Saturday – 8 pm
Sunday – 2:30 pm
Wednesday/Thursday – 7 pm

All performances in the Stieren Theater in the Ruth Taylor Theater Building

Tickets:
$10 Adults
$8 Senior Citizens
$8 Alumni
$8 Faculty/Staff
$6 Students
$6 SATCO Members

Reservations are encouraged!

Tribeca announces a new promotion for Trinity Theatre

Friday/Saturday: From 9-11 p.m. Guests will receive Happy Hour prices with ticket or flyer.
Sunday: From 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free carafe of mimosa. One per table during brunch. Please bring ticket or flyer.

Tribeca offers pizza, salads, pastas and other dishes as well as a great Happy Hour in a cool, casual atmosphere in the heart of Olmos Park.

4331 McCullough Ave. San Antonio, TX 78212
http://www.TribecaDiOlmos.com
210.320.0698

RESERVATIONS: 210-999-8515 or tutheater@trinity.edu

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