Warren Wilson Theatre’s Not Suitable for Children season continues with Marisol, which weaves dark humor and surreal elements into an end-of-the-universe scenario. Leading the action is Marisol Perez, who enjoys a comfortable existence in the Big Apple. “But after an attack by a golf club-wielding madman is thwarted by mysterious forces, Marisol receives a visit from an unlikely character: her guardian angel,” reads an event release. “Unfortunately, she’s bearing some bad news: God has gone senile, the angels are going to war to save humanity from its creator, and Marisol will be left to fend for herself.” See how the leading lady and her friends fare at WWC’s Kittredge Theatre Thursday to Saturday, March 3-5, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, March 6, at 2:30 p.m. $10. Not recommended for patrons under 17. warren-wilson.edu/academics/theatre. Photo by Rodney Smith of Tempus Fugit Design
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