Leggett Theatre, Main Building
Mon Apr 8th, 2013 - Sat Apr 13th, 2013
07:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
William Peace Theatre is delighted to present Diana Son's play, Stop Kiss, winner of the GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Award (Outstanding New York production) and the Berilla Kerr Award (for play writing) for Diana Son.
**This play has strong language, adult content and sexual situation. Not recommended for children under the ages of 16.**
Stop Kiss is a sensitive, stirring and tender drama that explores our assumptions about love. It’s about two people discovering they have fallen in love when they least expected it and with someone they never imagined. In subtle, funny, tragic and intimate ways, Son show us how our lives can change in a moment with a single kiss.
Diana Son is currently a writer/producer for the NBC series Law & Order: Criminal Intent and is an alumnus of New Dramatists. Some of her television writing credits include the following episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent: The War at Home (2006), story and teleplay; Tru Love (2006), story and teleplay; On Fire (2006), story and teleplay; Wasichu (2006), story and teleplay; Scared Crazy (2005), story and teleplay; Magnificat (2004), story; Great Barrier (2004), story; and Shrink-Wrapped (2004), story and teleplay
Performances are April 8 – 13, 2013
Preview performance on April 7
Leggett Theater, 7:30 p.m.
Purchase Tickets here.*
Due to the nature of seating in Leggett Theatre, there will be NO LATE SEATING. At 7:25 p.m., ALL unclaimed tickets will be released and open seats will become available to anyone waiting at the door.
Sorry, we are unable to provide refunds.
WPU Student Tickets, click here.*
Or, call the Box Office at 919-508-2269.
*William Peace University students receive FREE ADMISSION to William Peace Theatre performances during the 2012-13 season on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis. Reservations are REQUIRED to attend a performance. Students may reserve a set for ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY so that other members of the student body have the chance to attend the performance. If seating opens up, we will notify you that you may come to additional nights. For each performance, ONLY TWENTY student tickets will be reserved. Once reservations for those twenty seats have been made, students can only be on "STAND-BY" for those performances. Due to seating constraints in Leggett Theatre, students are to ONLY reserve seats for themselves, NOT other students.