Tabor production, ‘An Inspector Calls,’ opens tomorrow on campus

When a young girl commits suicide, a respectable family is subject to a routine inquiry in connection with the death.

An inspector calls to interrogate the family, and during the course of his questioning, all members of the group are implicated in the girl’s undoing.

The above story line is featured in the Tabor College Theatre Department performance of “An Inspector Calls,” a morality/mystery play that confronts alienation that denies responsibility to others.

The play is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., March 21, 22 and 23 in the Theatre Lab located in the lower level of the H.W. Lohrenz Building.

The students involved are Brett Thiessen, Wichita; Michael Woods, Wichita; Tammy Carlson, McPherson; Rosanne Boyd, Meade; Brian Goentzel, Wichita; and Tim Huber, South Hutchinson.

Judy Harder, assistant professor of communications and drama, will direct the production, and student Cindy Harden, Ashland, will assist.

The show is open to the public. Tickets are $5 for general admission or $3 for students. To reserve tickets, call the Student Development Office at 947-3121, ext. 1033.

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