Student Lab Archives
Student Lab presents "ColorBlind" ..... A Night of One Acts
Wednesday, February 16 at 7:30 pm
Thursday, February 17 at 7:30 pm
Friday, February 18 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 19 at 2:00 pm Matinee
Presented in the USD Black Box Theatre (C131) located in Camino Hall.
To reserve a ticket, sign up for a ticket on the Callboard outside the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies office, C130. Early arrival suggested due to limited seating. No late seating.
Cost of entry is a donation to support the students of the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies Department - give what you can! Donations support student participation at USITT and KCACTF this year.
CENSORED: A NIGHT OF ONE ACTS
Wed-Sat, February 17-20 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 20 at 2:00 pm
In the USD Black Box Theatre located in Camino Hall
Seating is very limited this year so plan on arriving early!
First come, first served. No late seating!
"Da Da DAVID IVES"
A collection of David Ives shorts blended with the antics/techniques of Dadaist theatre from post WWI Germany.
An evening of all student produced, directed, and performed work.
Five One-Act Plays:
- Words, Words, Words: Three chimpanzees attempt to write Hamlet. It discusses the merits of literature and questions its necessity.
- Sure Thing: A man and a woman meet for the first time in a cafe, where they have an awkward meeting continually reset each time they say the wrong thing, until, finally, they connect.
- Time Flies: Two lonely but sweet young mayflies meet at a pond and really hit it off. Unfortunately, Horace and May watch a nature program on this first night out and discover they have a lifespan of only one day-and their lives are half over.
- Enigma Variations: Zany hijinks as a pair of lookalikes named Bebe W.W. Doppel-gängler solve an identity crisis with the help of Dr. William W. Williams and his nurse Fifi, who may or may not be Aphrodite the Goddess of Love. Or is she a male gym-teacher in a dress?
- Captive Audience: A cautionary fable tells how Rob and Laura face a menace in their living room: a television that talks back to them and threatens to swallow them whole.
"FOOD FOR THOUGHT (a collection of 10 minute plays)"
"USE YOUR IMAGINATION"
Mr. Marmalade by Noah Haidle, directed by Lauren Maul. A dark comedy about a young girl and her domestically abusive imaginary friend.
Fate: It's Your Choice by Brooke Hoyt, directed by Emily Henneke. A comedy about the character Fate being challenged by his opponent Free Choice.
"ARRiginal," The Spring 2006 Student Lab Theatre Playwright's Festival.
The Mirror Soliloquies, written and directed by Lauren Maul
Bedside Blue Sky, written and directed by Byrne Owens
The Pirate, The Greatest Thief, written and directed by Chris Kutches
The Student Lab flexes its muscles in a fabulous production. Student written, directed, acted, and produced, this demonstration of commitment set a bar that student productions will continue to raise. Through this awesome experience, we realized the limitlessness to what we can accomplish.
DATE WITH DURANG
This theatre series is student-produced and provides opportunities in writing, directing, design, performance, and technical theatre.
Written by Christopher Durang, Student Lab produced: 'Dentity Crisis, DMV Tyrant, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and Naomi in the Living Room