Fordham Alumni Theatre Company Presents a Festival of Performances
Friday, 20 July – Monday, 30 July 2012
Lincoln Center Campus | 113 W. 60th St. | New York City
This July, the Fordham Alumni Theatre Company will present a festival of new works-in-progress, including Turn of the Screw, a new musical based on the classic Henry James novella; A Crucible, which follows a high school's drama club as they attempt to stage Arthur Miller's play about the infamous Salem witch trials; and Slim Dancing Joy, a sharp and funny examination of why the fuzzy middle of the Kinsey scale is so threatening to those of us at either end. The festival will also include a multimedia art installation called /scape that explores cyberspace as the landscape of the 21st century.
A Festival Pass, good for all events, is $15 ($12 dollars for seniors and $10 students).
Fri., July 20: /scape by Erik Zambrano opens to the public in the Lipani Gallery and remains open until Sunday, July 29.
Thurs., July 26, and Fri., July 27, at 8 p.m.: A Crucible by Brian Bauman and directed by Kate Gagnon, performs in the Veronica Lally Kehoe Theatre.
Thurs., July 26, and Fri., July 27, at 8 p.m.: Slim Dancing Joy by Isaac Oliver and directed by David Ruttura, performs in the White Box Studio.
Sat., July 28, and Sun., July 29, at 8 p.m., and Mon., July 30, at 2 p.m.: Turn of the Screw conceived and written by Michael Kimmel with music and lyrics by Drew Gasparini, performs in Pope Auditorium.
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