Night of January 16th"**
by Ayn Rand
directed Jonathan M Ewart
March 14-16 @ 8pm,
$20 and include appetizers, dessert
and a drink.
fundraiser benefiting handicap
accessibility for the theatre.
Originally written in 1933 and
reedited by Ayn Rand in 1968, The
Night of January 16th is a courtroom
trial set in New York City. Bjorn
Faulkner, genius financier or
swindler of millions, has two women
in his life: his new bride, Nancy
Lee Faulkner, daughter of the
prominent banker, John Graham
Whitfield, and Bjorn's long-time
secretary and mistress Karen Andre.
On the night of January 16th,
Faulkner falls to his death from
Karen's penthouse apartment. Was it
murder, suicide, or something else
altogether? Karen is placed on trial
with the prosecution claiming she
did it out of jealousy since Bjorn
no longer wanted a relationship now
that he was happily married. In an
interesting twist, The audience will
be asked to help decide the outcome
of the trial.
**This is an off season offering and
not included with
a season ticket purchase.