Tabor students to share ‘shorts’

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Thirty Tabor College students are preparing a full evening of short entertaining sketches to be performed Feb. 2, 3 and 4.

The Feb. 2 performance will begin at 10:30 p.m. The other performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. Each will take place in the Theater Lab, located on the bottom floor of the H.W. Lohrenz Building.

Each “short” will be a less-than-serious attempt by two to four people to communicate, said Judy Harder, associate professor of communications and drama.

The performance will include a 20-minute, one-act play featuring seniors Jennifer Hope, McPherson, and Jonathan Regier, Hillsboro.

Eleven additional “shorts” will vary between one and 12 minutes each.

Other student participants include: Donya Anderson, Ardmore, Okla.; Nick Anneler, Augusta; Jill Brown, Minneapolis; Angie Buller, Ingalls; David Campbell, Wichita; Will Enger, Howe, Okla.; Jen Fabling, Lakewood, Colo.; Jill Fisher, Wichita; Sam Flaming, Weatherford, Okla.; Rachel Foote, Bethany, Okla.; Melissa Grabau, Udall; Joe Hernandez, Milford; Roman Hofer, Newton; Daniel Hurst, Fairview, Okla.; Kyle Larson, Garden City; Becky Lutes, Wichita; Aaron Miller, Hillsboro; Shane Miller, Hutchinson; James Onijala, Wichita; Rachel Pederson, Cimarron; Rebecca Pederson, Cimarron; Matt Peiper, Marion, Iowa; James Pizano, Bakersfield, Calif.; Josh Rhoades, Newton; Amy Rouse, McPherson; Ashley Siler, Beloit; Bri Tucker, Wichita; and Landon Tucker, Wichita.

Seating is limited and admission is free, although donations will be appreciated and accepted at the door.

Tickets may be reserved or picked up at the Tabor College Student Development Office. Call 620-947-3121, ext. 1033, for more information.

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