ARLINGTON - The University of Texas at
Arlington Department of Theatre Arts will present its annual spring showcase of
plays April 28-May 1. THEATREFEST features a variety of plays directed by
students and faculty in the department.
Ensemble performers rehearse scene for TheatreFest. Photo courtesy of Michelle Harvey.
This year’s plays feature a range
of celebrated one-acts, including “Blind Date,” the department’s contribution
to the ongoing Dallas-Fort Worth Horton Foote Festival. THEATREFEST is the
final offering of the Theatre Arts’ 2010-2011 season.
The performance line-up for this
year’s festival includes: “Blind Date” by Horton Foote (directed by senior theatre
arts major Nastasia Ingersoll), “The Questioning of Nick” by Arthur Kopit
(directed by senior theatre arts major Nick Gould), “Lurker” by Don Nigro
(directed by theatre arts faculty member Michelle Harvey) and “The Fat Lady
Sings in Little Grimley” by David Tristram (directed by senior theatre arts
major Kayla Foster).
Due to content and language,
THEATREFEST is recommended for an adult audience only.
The plays will be presented in the
UT Arlington Studio Theatre in the Fine Arts Building, room 137, 700 Greek Row
Drive. Show times are 8 p.m. on April 28, 29, 30, and 2:30 p.m. on May 1.
Tickets are $10 for the general public, and $7 for senior citizens, students
with ID, and UT Arlington faculty and staff.
Please contact the UT Arlington
Department of Theatre Arts Box Office at (817) 272-2669 for tickets or more
Visit www.hortonfootefestival.com for more information about the Horton Foote
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