The Franklin College Department of Theatre will present Seascape at 8 p.m. beginning Thursday, Nov. 15 through Saturday, Nov. 17 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18. All performances will be in Théâtre Margot in the Johnson Center for Fine Arts, located at the corner of Branigin Blvd. and Grizzly Dr.
In the play, written by Edward Albee, a husband and wife find their picnic lunch on the beach interrupted by the appearance of two sea creatures. The couple’s fear and suspicion give way to fascination, and before long, the four are engaged in a discussion about the meaning and significance of life. The Pulitzer Prize-winning play mixes humor and poetic eloquence as the sea creatures consider life out of the water and the couple considers why their own lives have grown flat and routine.
Nicolas Crisafulli, assistant professor of fine arts and theatre at Franklin College, will direct the play.
Crisafulli earned his bachelor’s degree in theatre arts and political science from Presbyterian College in South Carolina and his master’s degree in fine arts from the University of Memphis. He joined the Franklin College faculty in 2009, after serving as a graduate instructor at the University of Memphis. He is a resident of Franklin.
General admission is $12. Admission for each performance is $8 for students and seniors (55 and older). Franklin College students, faculty and staff will receive free admission with a valid Franklin College ID. To reserve tickets, email tickets@FranklinCollege.edu or call (317) 738-8029 or (800) 852-0232, ext. 8029. Please claim reservations ten minutes before the performance. The box office opens one hour before the performance.
The cast for the production includes:
Troy Bridges, son of Keith and Kristina Schaffer of Indianapolis, will play the part of Charlie.
Mackenzie Black, daughter of Ms. Karen Huntington of Versailles, will play the part of Nancy.
Austin Kitchen, of Whiteland, will play the part of Leslie.
Ariel Halstead, daughter of Richard and Melodie Halstead of Mooresville, will play the part of Sarah.
The crew for the production includes:
Taylor Work, son of Carla Work of Greenwood, is the stage manager.
Katy Thompson, daughter of Mr. Patrick Thompson of Cortland and Ms. Leanne Powell of Columbus, is the lighting designer.
Contact the Franklin College Office of Communications for more information at (317) 738-8185.
POSTED Nov 7, 2018