Archive for September, 2010
SEPTEMBER 4, 2010 – STUDIO THEATRE (Fine Arts 137)
Three exciting short works in sci-fi style (all set in the future) will be staged by UTA Theatre Arts students and faculty at 3:30pm and 7:30pm on Saturday, September 4, in the Studio Theatre. Free admission, no reservations, come early for best seating. Total program runs approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. (Due to content, this program is not recommended for children.)
CONTINUUM by Nick Irion, a monologue performed by Nikki Singer, in which a young girl deals with the dark side of the future.
A monologue from THE HYPNAGOGIC STATE by Natalie Gaupp, read by Professor Anne Healy, in which a woman plans to receive a drug that will permanently remove her need for sleep.
And THE CHALKY WHITE SUBSTANCE by Tennessee Williams, in which two young men (portrayed by Nick Irion and David Ray) learn that, in the future, the truth does not set you free.
Light/sound design and technical assistance provided by Jason Archip.