One-Act Plays Continue This Week at Wittenberg
Nov. 28, 2006
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — Wittenberg University’s Department of Theater and Dance continues its popular fall tradition this week with the second installment of the 2006 one-act plays. Directed by senior theater majors, the performances are free and open to the public.
At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, and Saturday Dec. 2, A Chance Meeting, directed by Rayna Long, class of 2008 from Payne, Ohio, Foiled by an Innocent Maid, directed by Jess Shirkey, class of 2007 from Macomb, Mich., and Someplace Warm directed by Carolyn Seymour, class of 2007 from Dayton, Ohio, will open the second round of one-act performances in Blair Hall Theatre.
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, No Orchids, directed by Brittany Daugherty, class of 2007 from Springfield, Ohio, This Is How It Is, directed by Emily Puterbaugh, class of 2007 from Cincinnati, Ohio, and Tooth & Consequences, directed by Rebekah Weiner, class of 2007 from Cleveland, Ohio, will close out the one-act plays for 2006. These performances will take place in Chakeres Theatre.
On Nov. 16 and 19, The Open Meeting, directed by Jamie Daugherty, class of 2007 from Springfield, Ohio, and Butleress, directed by Kaleigh Lockhart, class of 2008 from Florence, S.C., opened the one-act performances in Chakeres Theatre. On Nov. 17 and 19, The Sausage Eater, directed by Devon Bergum class of 2007 from Northfield, Minn., Exclusive Model, directed by Kat Kalinoski, class of 2008 from Granville, Ohio, and Wanda’s Visit, directed by Seth Masterson, class of 2007 from Plano, Texas, rounded out the first installment of the one-act performances in Blair Hall Theatre.
In all, a total of 12 plays will be staged fall semester. Approximately 80 students auditioned for the roles.
Tickets will be available one hour before performances in the theater lobby. For more information call the Department of Theater and Dance at (937) 327-7464.
By: Ryan Maurer