Catawba College Theatre Arts Program Presents One Acts
March 30, 2007
On Thursday and Friday, April 12 & 13, 2007, in the Florence Busby Corriher Theatre on the Catawba College campus, the Catawba College Theatre Arts program will present a series of one acts that serve both as a part of the Theatre Arts regular season and the culmination of the Department's Directing 2 studio class. This year's offerings include three comedies:;
- Wasp by Steve Martin, directed by junior Jeremy Kinser of Matthews with Theatre Arts students: sophomore Aaron Ganas of Milwaukee, Wis.; sophomore Gracie Greenbaum of Tolland, Conn.; freshman Amber Hughes of Seattle, Wash.; sophomore Justin Lewis of Knoxville, Tenn.; and senior Jessica Taige of Wauwatosa, Wis.
- The Lover by Harold Pinter, directed by junior Aly Perez of Waldorf, Md., with Theatre Arts students: freshman Robby Lutfy of Charlotte; junior Andy McCain of Mequon, Wis.; and junior Guerin Piercy of Swannanoa.
- FM by Romulus Linney, directed by junior Zach Stinnett of High Point with Theatre Arts students: sophomore Nicole Durant Fairview; senior Caitlin Heinen of Wauwatosa, Wis.; freshman Amanda Lederer of Bradenton, Fla.; and senior Jordan Richards of Hendersonville.
The productions are free and open to the public and all three will run in succession each night beginning at 7:30 p.m. The nightly program will last approximately two and a half hours and patrons will be admitted between productions. Several of the productions contain adult language and material and are not suitable for children.