ASU Theatre: “An Evening of Original One Acts”
Repeats daily until Feb. 16
Carr Education-Fine Arts Building, Modular Theatre
$10 General Admission; $5 Non-ASU Students; FREE to ASU Students, Arts@ASU Subscribers and Activity Card Holders
The University Theatre presents an evening of four new one-act plays. Each play is written by a student or staff member and directed and designed by students.
The plays include:
- Art Life 2075 by Sam Cole - In a world with growing technology it’s often questioned whether it challenges our humanity. What’s morally right, what’s wrong.What does it mean to be alive.
- Smoke Break by Logan Burgess - Two strangers smoke a cigarette together and talk a little bit about life.
- The Burning Room by Derek Salazar - After coming home from work, Montana tries to deal with Dallas moving back to Texas, until a promotion at Montana’s work leads to them discussing their future.
- The House on Paramore Street by Angela Cavada - Growing up, we were told to always knock before we enter someone’s home. Open houses never go well anyways, though.
Please be advised that some of the plays may contain strong language.