In one of Brecht's best-known works, we look in on the humble life of Shen Te, a "working girl" living a meager existence. Gods visiting in disguise are not welcomed by the citizens of Setzuan and are highly displeased until they are shown charity by a sympathetic Shen Te. The gods reward her for her hospitality and she is soon elevated out of poverty— this reward, however, does not come without a test. Directed by Leslie Barker Feb. 27 and 28, March 1 and 4-6; all shows begin at 7:30 p.m. except the 2 p.m. Sunday matinee $10 for general admission, $7 for senior citizens (65+), $2 for Rhodes students, $5 for all other students (college/high school) Starring Deya Pajarillo, Paul Bierwagen, Colby Ruth-Holden, Alexandra Greenway, Katie Cannon, Samuel Williams, Iris Mosah, Miranda Colegrove, McKenna Davis, Maddie Carwile, James Barker, Alonzo Lagrange, Emily Murphy, and Zach Williams.
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