The Arts Center Presents will offer its third production, (and first to take place outdoors) Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story. This absurdist, one-act play examines themes that will resonate with all of us in this time: isolation and the never-ending struggle to communicate and connect.
Audiences will enjoy pre-show live music and shaded seating on the covered veranda of the Arts Center. This novel venue choice not only suits Edward Albee’s play, but it also allows the Arts Council to provide a safe environment for enjoying live theater while providing space for physical distancing. Tickets are limited for each performance.