Rattlesnakes" And "Talk About The Passion"

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Valencia College Theater says
Valencia College Theater will present two hard-hitting modern plays, “Rattlesnakes” and “Talk About the Passion,” from June 10-19 in the Black Box Theater at Valencia College’s East Campus. Both will be played back to back for an amazing and visceral evening of theater!
Retribution, ruthless violence, uncomfortable truths and today's media centric society are all at play
“Rattlesnakes” examines the seedy world of the gigolo providing sex to bored and lonely wives. A vigilante group of betrayed husbands seek retribution in this hard-hitting study of betrayal and personal failure.
In “Talk about the Passion,” a young child is horrifically murdered, but the autobiography of the serial killer is a hit publication. Jason Carroway is forced to endure the guilt at failing to protect his son and the subsequent media attention that accompanies the controversial release of the killer’s autobiography. The play is a powerful exploration of loss, the human desire for justice and society’s collusion in the glamorization of evil.
Both plays are set to be produced as upcoming motion pictures. This production marks the first time that both plays are being performed together on the same night.
Valencia’s production will be directed by program chair John DiDonna.
General admission tickets cost $12. Senior citizens, Valencia faculty, staff and students may purchase tickets for $10. Tickets can be purchased online at www.valenciacollege.edu/arts.
Use the code “VALENCIAWEB” for a $2 discount on each ticket. The discount is for online purchases only. Tickets and more information are also available by calling the college box office at 407-582-2900.
Please note: Both plays contain intense violence, language and some adult themes.
Valencia’s East Campus is located at 701 N. Econlockhatchee Trail.
“Rattlesnakes” and “Talk About the Passion”
The Valencia College Theater
Written by Graham Farrow and Directed by John DiDonna
Evening performances (June 10, 11, 13, 17, 18) @ 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Matinee performances (June 12 and 19) @ 2 p.m.
Valencia College East Campus – Building 3, Black Box Theater
701 N. Econlockhatchee Trail, Orlando, FL.
$12 general admission
$10 for Valencia students, faculty, staff and senior citizens
Box Office: 407-582-2900
Online: www.valenciacollege.edu/arts
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