A Scrap Of Paper At Whitewater

UW-Whitewater Theatre closes its season with a romantic comedy

Apr. 20, 2011
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UW-Whitewater Theatre closes its season with a production of 19th century French playwright Victorien Sardou’s A Scrap of Paper. Sardou’s comedy involves itself with the romantic tumult that can result from, yes, a single unassuming scrap of paper. (Not that the scrap of paper itself is entirely blameless.) Directed by accomplished local actress Angel Iannone, the UW-W production features the kind of large, comfortable cast one would expect from an equally large and comfortable comedy from over a century ago. With Iannone juggling everything, this should be fun.

UW-Whitewater’s production of A Scrap of Paper runs April 26th through 30th at the Barnett Theatre. For tickets and further information, call 262-472-2222 or visit UW-W online.

(LtoR) a globe, a jar, an actress looking to her left, an actor acting in a loud plaid


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