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A Young Lady of Property

Image Logo for A Young Lady of Propertyby Horton Foote

Directed by Michael Stebbins
Studio Theatre

The story of Wilma, a lonely girl who has lived with her aunt since her mother’s death.  Her greatest wish is to live with her father in the house her mother left her—in the absence of a real family, the house has become everything to her, and her whole identity is based on this, her one possession. She is a young lady of property. Wilma’s realization that her purpose in life is to remain in this house as a wife and mother is shattered by the news that her father is planning to remarry and sell the house. With help from an unexpected source, Wilma’s house is saved, and she is able to fill it with memories of her own making so she will never again be lonely.

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Performance Schedule:
September 11 – 29, 2013
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11

7pm $

12

7pm

13

8pm

14

2pm

8pm *

15

2pm

6:30pm

1617

18

7pm $

19

7pm

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8pm D

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2pm

8pm

22

2pm SL

6:30pm

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25

7pm $

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7pm

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8pm D

28

2pm L

8pm

29

2pm

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Legend

performance
No show
$=Pay What You Can,
D=post show discussion,
L=pre-show lecture at 12:30pm, 
* = opening night reception,
SL - American Sign Language interpreted performance

Performance Information:

Approximate Running Time: 1.5 hours
Intermission: NO
Age Restrictions: TBA
Special Effects: n/a
General Admission; yes

*PLEASE NOTE:  There is no evening performance on Sunday September 29, 2013

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The Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center provides a variety of theatre services for patrons with special hearing, visual and mobility needs.  Requests for special seating should be made a minimum of 24 hours prior to arrival by calling 443-518-1500 so that we can reserve special seating.