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Fringe festival features drama department students

Posted in Arts & Culture, Alumni
Aug 9, 2017 to Aug 12, 2017

Fringe highlights from the drama department

The Department of Drama is at it again! At this year's PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival (Saskatoon) that is.

Don't miss Sextet, 6 short plays about love, sex and relationships and not a bed in sight, featuring College of Arts & Science acting  and stagecraft talent: Eben Doherty, Nadia Mori, Jonathon Pickrell, Katelynne Polischuk and Johanna Arnott.

A Short Trip Through the Complex, a one-hour play about a guy named Jordan who gets his screws loosened by a shrink named Dr. Fitz, features drama students Michael Martin, Kyler Bueckert, Mackenzie Dawson, Sheldon Matiko, Danica Tempel and Allison Laxdal (stage manager).

Fringe shows written by and/or featuring alumni of the department:
The Sisters Fox by  Alex Hartshorn and Lauren Holfeuer
Over the Edge by Jenna Berenbaum and Connor Brousseau
The Unconquerable Faith of Gladys Struthers and Others by Kelly Mctaggart
The Meaning of Nowhere by Andy Carlson-McNab

 

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