May 2-3, 2020 (via VIDEO STREAM)
Here Is Monster by Brock Norman Brock
Directed by Anna Nguyen
Here is Monster by Brock Norman Brock is a dark, gritty fairy tale. When Massimo, a reformed murderer, returns home claiming he's changed, his wife refuses to accept him. He tries to prove that he is worthy of forgiveness through great deeds and by silencing his old dark habits stirred up by his mistress, Jenny-a-witch. Through the lens of a fairy tale it explores the ferocity of human passions and the inability to forgive.
The Typists by Murray Schisgal
Directed by Kat Christensen
The Typists by Murray Schisgal is a charming, bittersweet comedy that follows Paul, a married man with aspirations of becoming a lawyer, who becomes a temp typist at an advertising company, where he meets Sylvia, a romantically-minded woman. They feud, flirt and blur the line between coworker and companion while 40 years of their lives are telescoped into one 9-to-5 workday.
A person committed to the study of theater within the framework of a liberal education must be prepared to work toward two goals: first, a thorough competence in the basic skill of dramatic expression and interpretation; and concurrently, a view that comprehends dramatic art as it relates to, expresses, and extends the surrounding culture.