(Sept. 1-15) — "Spinoza's Ethics" follows the life of Ruth, a woman searching for love and God, as she evolves from a starry-eyed sister of faith in a nunnery to a world-faring traveler. Weaving the ideals and character of Dutch enlightenment philosopher Baruch Spinoza into the narrative, this play offers pertinent questions about the nature of life, religion, marriage and mankind's ever-changing place within them.
Written by Emily Claire Schmitt. Directed by Dianna Garten.
Thursday - September 1 - 6:30pm
Friday - September 2 - 6:30pm
Saturday - September 3 - 8pm
Sunday - September 4 - 8pm
Tuesday - September 6 - 6:30pm
Wednesday - September 7 - 6:30pm
Thursday - September 15 - 6:30pm