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Hilarious play opens tonight at UOG

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - If you're looking for some fun this weekend, the University of Guam Theatre opens Edward Albee's Tony Award winning play "The Goat Or Who Is Sylvia?" tonight.

The plot follows a family dealing with an unusual crisis.

Director and assistant professor of theatre Michelle Blas said, "If you want to laugh please laugh out loud if you want to cry please cry along with the character because you will go on an emotional journey with this play."

Blas warns that the show is for mature audiences only.

The show opens tonight at the UOG Fine Arts Theatre and runs through Saturday, March 1st and again on Thursday March 6th through March 8th.

All shows start at 7 p.m. tickets are available for sale at the door. It's 7.50 for adults and five dollars for youth and seniors. UOG and GCC students are free with a school I.D. or class schedule.

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