Written in 18th century Italy, Carlo Goldoni's masterpiece, A Servant to Two Masters, is one of the most loved and widely performed plays of all time. the story revolves around Tuffaldino, a witty and greedy servant, who tries to make an extra buck by serving two masters at once.
October 17, 19, 24-26 at 7:30 p.m.
October 18 at 8:00 p.m.
By Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Lee Hall
Directed by Emily Ditkovski
Produced by special arrangement with Judy Daish Associates
Tickets are available at https://wnsboxoffice.tixato.com/buy/a-servant-to-two-masters.
Prices are $7 students/seniors and $10 adults.
Tickets are always complimentary for current Williston students and faculty.
Production stills from The Laramie Project are now available to order on Shutterfly here.
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