University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre is back on stage after a year off from live performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first production of the season, Red by Somalia Seaton will open on October 19 and run through October 23. This show explores the reliability of memory, the internal life of young women, and the effects of grief. Directed by Laura Riddle, Red is a moving, funny, and tender look into the lives of young women and what happens to their world when it is shattered by grief. Due to the subject matter, Red is recommended for ages 10-and-up.
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9 Jan, 2020