JSU Drama Dept.'s Season Finale Features Noel Coward Comedy/Farce
June 12, 2003 --
The JSU Drama Department's final main stage production for the season is
"Hay Fever," a comedy/farce by Noel Coward.
The performances will run from June 19-21 at 7:00 p.m. nightly and June 22 at 2:00 p.m. All performances will take place at the Ernest Stone Performing Arts Center on the campus of JSU.
Ticket prices are $6.00 for Adults; $5.00 for Senior Citizens; $4.00 for Students/Military.
Wayne H. Claeren directs the play with a cast that includes Sara Murdock, a senior drama major from Boaz; Taylor Hyatt, senior drama major from Boaz; Meredith Baker, a graduate criminal justice student from Marianna, FL; Cris Morriss, a senior drama major from Homewood; Jessica Sanborn, a freshman drama major from Jacksonville; Ben Whitehead, a senior drama major from Albertville; Amy Mitchell, a sophomore drama major from Grant; Glenn Davenport, a senior computer science major from Eastaboga; and Heather Vaughn, a sophomore drama major from Gallant.
Synopsis: The family is named Bliss, but all is not blissful in this comically dysfunctional family. Mother, Judith, is a melodramatic retired actress who overacts everything. Father, David, is an eccentric novelist. The children, Sorel and Simon, are both very attractive but quite bratty and ill-mannered.
One weekend they all invite guests, unbeknownst to the others. The guests are all in for a bewildering weekend. The family is used to each other's antics but the guests aren't quite ready for it.
The New York Times reported that the play provided "an evening of intoxicating escape." And, the NY Post said it is "light, luminous, and charming...and hilariously funny."
For more information, please contact Jan Rhodes at (256) 782- 5623.
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