Library Takes Audiences from Stage to Page

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017, 10:03am

Westerville Public Library is helping Curtain Players audiences make the most of their theatergoing experiences offering a ticket of sorts for a journey from the stage to the page.

Stage to Page is a new program element this season, part of the ongoing Curtain Connects partnership the community theatre shares with its hometown library.

Library staff members recommend books and media that follow the themes explored in Curtain Players productions or relate to those involved in the creation of the play or related projects.

The information is shared in a colorful insert found in performance programs as well as on line at the Westerville Public Library website. Click here.

The library first curated the list of reads for the Curtain Players season opener Wendy Darling by Ira Hauptman, and a new list is available for Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? on stage at Curtain Players through November 5. Get Virginia Woolf tickets here.

The Stage to Page program will continue through this season.