by David Mamet
At Havana Theatre, May 7- 17, 2014
A female student charges her male professor with sexual harassment after what he would say was a seemingly innocent meeting.
David Mamet's drama, which examines explosive contemporary issues — the assumption of power, intellectual freedom and sexual politics.
A Bleeding Heart Collective presentation at the Havana Theatre.
Director: Evan Frayne- Cast: Susie Coodin and- Anthony F. Ingram-
Stage Management: Susan Miyagishima- Set Design: Carolyn Rapanos-
Lighting Design: Graham Ockley- Sound Design: James Coomber
"Oleanna has the ability to get under your skin like a bloody bruise. Theatre should do that more often." - Mark Robins, Vancouver Presents
"Anthony F. Ingram turns in a stellar performance as the disconnected college professor, but it’s Susie Coodin as the divisive student that really impresses." - John Jane, Review Vancouver
"I am giving the show a big thumbs-up. Intelligent folk looking for a challenging night out will obtain, in my opinion, much more than their money’s worth." - Larry Ghini, Vancouverscape