(WILLIAMSTOWN, NJ) -- The Road Company Theater Group presents Proof from March 15-25 at the Grand Theatre in Williamstown. Written by David Auburn, Proof is a play of many emotions. After a lengthy battle helping her deceased father fight mental illness, Catherine finds herself wondering what's next for her. The production is directed by Elizabeth Rodriguez and produced by Paula Farrar.
Caring for her father, a mathematics genius, Catherine has been put on the back burner and now it is her time to discover herself. Much like her father, she is a mathematical wiz, but fears following closely in her father’s footsteps, mental illness included. As Catherine struggles with the loss of her father, and her new-found relationship with Hal, A former student of Catherine's father you will be rooting for Catherine.
The cast includes Ashley Macri as Catherine; Alyssa Robishaw as Claire; Denny Summerville as Hal; and Michael Hicks as Robert.
Proof was developed at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ. The play premiered Off-Broadway in May 2000 and moved to Broadway in October 2000. It was awarded the 2001 Tony Award for Best Play and the 2001 Pulitizer Prize for Drama.
Showtimes are Thursdays at 7:30pm; Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm; and Sundays at 2:00pm. Tickets range from $22-$25 with discounts for seniors, students and groups.
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Performances take place in The Grand Theatre, 405 S. Main Street in Williamstown, New Jersey.
originally published: 2018-03-02 00:00:00
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