Tabor to offer two one-act plays March 6

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN STAFF
The Tabor College Drama Department will present two one-act plays and several short sketches at 8 p.m., March 6, in the lab theater of the H.W. Lohrenz Building.


n “Alarms” is a humorous examination of the difficulties modern technology has added to life. Two couples embark on a dinner party that is doomed to fail, as labor-saving devices and furniture become hostile.


n “Captive Audience” features a couple who face a menace in their living room: a television that talks back to them and threatens to hold them captive.


The plays will be held in a recently renovated lab theater space in the basement of the Lohrenz Building. The theater was built to provide opportunities for student-directed projects, experimental theater, chamber theater, and an alternative space for regular season comedies and dramatic plays.


Returning performers include: Nancy Miller, Partridge; Charity Stahl, Huron, S.D.; Brian Mowry, Olathe; Amanda Edington, Emporia; Meadow Frey, Abilene.


First-time performers include: Brett Thiessen, Wichita; Paul Raugust, Wichita; Andrew Marklewitz, Wichita; Tim Huber, South Hutchinson; Angie Hoyt, Rapid City, S.D.; Kathleen Stagg, Katy, Texas; Tiffani Stahl, Huron; John Franz, Buhler; Landon Fulmer, Buhler; Tammy Carlson, McPherson.


To reserve tickets, contact the Student Development office at 947-3121, ext. 1033.

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