Baldwin Wallace University
College Theatre

By: Egan Reich

Show Description:
Five whaling widows are faced with the toughest night or their lives.  On the same day the sea takes their husbands, it offers up a beached whale, and with it the possibility of financial freedom.  The women set out to do their husbands work, harvesting the whale oil to buy their way to New York City and to a new life that they control.  But first they have to figure out how to kill it, cut it open and avoid the sharks circling - all before day break.  This hyper-physical show is an allegory of individualism vs. collectivism, asking the question - Is rabid individualism what it takes to get ahead and what is the cost?

Staff and Cast:

Director: Laura Berg


Ticket Information
and Promotional Materials

October 12 - October 15


7:30pm Thursday
7:30pm Friday
7:30pm Saturday
2pm Sunday 

$5-$10 General Admission


Acting Studio
Math & Computer Science Building, Room 177
139 Tressel Street
Berea, OH 44017

Promotional Materials: