Presented by Performing Arts Department
Directed by Andrea Urice
in A. E. Hotchner Studio Theatre
general admission seating
Thursday, November 18 at 8pm
Friday, November 19 at 8pm
Saturday, November 20 at 2pm
Saturday, November 20 at 8pm*
Sunday, November 21 at 2pm
Iris is working the night shift at the Belladonna Funeral Home when Baker breaks in to say farewell to his wife, who recently died in a bungled robbery. As they sort through the comedic rubble of their young lives, they discover a mutual yearning to escape. Will they make a run for it before they lose their last chance to leave Omaha behind?
Originally commissioned and produced by Performing Arts Department, Washington University in St. Louis.
There is no late seating for this production. Please arrive early to allow ample time for seating.
COVID-19 policies for patrons
All attendees are required to complete a health screener within 4 hours of arrival to campus. Be prepared to show the “Cleared for Campus” result to event staff upon arrival.
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All patrons 12 years and older will be required to show proof of COVID vaccination or provide a negative COVID test upon arrival at the venue. If you are a WashU student, faculty, or staff member, you may show your WashU ID as proof of COVID vaccination or negative COVID test.
Masks are to be worn at all times while indoors on the Wash U campus. That includes the Edison lobby area, restrooms, and while seated in the theater.
Tickets are FREE for full-time Wash U undergraduate and graduate students and include University College students admitted into a degree program.
Pick up your FREE ticket at the Edison Box Office before each show. Limit one per student.
Wash U student tickets are not available on-line.