Fringe Goes Long

Monday, November 6, 2017, 7:00 pm to Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:00 pm
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Full-length plays by emerging student playwrights address the questions and complications of life through the search for personal truth, the ghost of Jim Jones, the recent banking scandal and Romeo and Juliet in the online world. Directed by Terry Boero, James Gregory and Derek Stern. Free.
Creative Arts Building, The Lab
School of Theatre and Dance
School of Theatre and Dance
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Throughout its existence, the Fringe has been an opportunity for the diverse and multicultural voices of students. It has produced many plays by Asian American, Latino, African American, gay and lesbian writers, delving deeply and entertainingly into the many aspects of culture represented in the School of Theatre and Dance and Creative Writing Department. Fringe has produced work by nationally and regionally prominent playwrights, including Marcus Gardley, Peter Nachtrieb, Claire Rice, Christopher Chen and Evelyn Pine.

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