Tabor drama begins second year of coffeehouse theater sketches

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The Tabor College Drama Department will present 10 short theater pieces in the coffeehouse theater located in the basement of the H.W. Lohrenz Administration Building, March 10-11, 31, and April 2.



The 70-seat Coffeehouse Theatre is in its second year. This season?s sketches include: ?English Made Simple,? ?Power Shortage,? ?DMV Tyrant,? ?League of Semi-Superheroes,? ?Rodeo,? ?Who?s On First,? ?Bill at the Booth,? ?God Ain?t Magic,? ?Hatchet? and ?Marred Bliss.?



?Our small productions offer rewarding interaction with the audience,? said Judy Harder, assistant professor of communications and drama. ?The small space and modern sketches contribute to a challenging performance.?



The following students are participants in the coffeehouse productions:



Allison Basinger, senior, Tulsa, Okla.; Amanda Edington, sophomore, Emporia; Amanda Friesen, junior, Henderson, Neb.; Katie Goehring, sophomore, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Luke Haidle, senior, Mitchell, S.D.; Cindy Harden, sophomore, Ashland; Luke Heim, junior, Hesston; John Hutchinson, junior, Leavenworth; Lorelei Jordan, freshman, Canton; Amber Kesler, junior, Sabetha; Marcus King, junior, Hesston; Diane Mays, senior, Enid, Okla.; Nancy Miller, freshman, Hutchinson; Brian Mowry, sophomore, Olathe; Lori Schmidt, freshman, Hillsboro; Abbey Smolka, junior, Longmont, Colo.; and Charity Stahl, junior, Huron, S.D.



The performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. on March 10-11, 9:30 p.m. on March 31 and 8 p.m. on April 2. Seating is limited.



Tickets may be purchased in the Student Development office or at the door.

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