In March of 2005, FSCJ Dramaworks presented Edward Albee’s The Lady from Dubuque. In the play three couples meet in a living room and play dangerous games, avoiding the topic of one woman's imminent death, until they are interrupted by the arrival of a black man and a woman calling herself "the lady from Dubuque" and saying she is the dying woman's mother. Generally considered an allegory, The Lady from Dubuque is about what happens when death comes to call.
This show ran at FSCJ's Wilson Center for the Arts March 31-April 3, 2005.
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