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Communications and Marketing

Fall theater production a success

The College’s moving fall theater production of Pericles, Prince of Tyre closed on November 5 after a two-weekend run.

The play, one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known but beautifully told stories, focused on one man’s quest to find and keep love in his life.

Director Richard Corley called the play “an adult fairy tale of family, reconciliation, hope, and the redemptive power of love.” 

The production was performed in the Allan Carr Theater in Hixon Hall at 7:30 p.m. on October 27, 28, 29, and November 3, 4 and 5. The highly ambitious and beautifully designed show was put on through the efforts of the following students:

Haley Bader ’20
Alex Balizado ’19
Nina Codell ’20
Brenden Heard ’20
Bruce Holtman ’19
Dean Jepsen ’19
Sanni Lindroos ’17
Alex Orr ’19
Allison Qu ’20
Fernand Qvyjt ’20
Mikayla Smolensky ’20
Bess Waltner ’20
Garret Wells ’20
Ashley Williams
Anastasia Wrenn ’19
 

The cast of Pericles backstage.