by Eugene O’Neill, directed by Carol Charniga

February 15, 16, 17, 2013 (Fri.-Sun.)
O’Neill’s unabashedly romantic valentine to the whimsical Miller clan of turn-of-the-century seaside Connecticut, chronicles the coming of age of their 17-year-old-son Richard. The young man experiences the heady rush of desire, rebellion and dreams of glories to come, as the family celebrates the July 4th holiday. O’Neill described Ah, Wilderness! as “wishing out loud,” some suggest for the youth he’d like to have had. Full of humor, glorious language and the foibles of a wonderful family, this play is a rare treat to be savored.

Director: Carol Charniga has been involved with Theater Voices for 18 years as an actor, director and board member. Most recently, she directed Trying in 2011 and performed in Under Milkwood and Lost in Yonkers in 2010. Other directing credits: Gross Indecency for ACT and On the 20th Century for SLOC. Regional acting credits include James Joyce’s The Dead, The Crucible, and A Christmas Carol at Capital Repertory Theatre, a dozen productions for C-R Productions at Cohoes Music Hall, among many others.

Steamer No. 10 Theatre, 500 Western Ave, Albany, NY. ( Map )
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3:00 PM.