WAYNE – In less than a month, the Wayne State College Black Box Theatre will showcase an early October performance.
According to a release from Wayne State College, prepare to laugh out loud as “All in the Timing” will deliver six one-act comedies to the Wayne State campus. Shows will take place Thursday, October 3 – Saturday, October 5 at 7 p.m. and a 2 p.m. performance on Sunday, October 6.
American playwright David Ives has penned a witty, romantic and absurd evening of theatre in “All in the Timing”.
The Black Box Theatre is located in the Peterson Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $5 per person, with free admission for WSC students, faculty and staff. Tickets are available at the door, with no reserved seats but seating is limited. “All in the Timing” has a PG-13 rating with some adult humor and language.
For more information, contact Rusty Ruth at 402-375-7422.
Ruth is the assistant professor of Communication Arts and she directs the production. Brian Begley, assistant professor of Communication Arts, is the scene, sound and lighting designer as well as technical director. WSC students Mary Joan Waterhouse of Spirit Lake, IA is the stage manager and Samantha Henery of Madison, NE is the makeup designer.
The cast and crew includes WSC students: Daniel Oldenkamp of Sioux City, IA; Sophie Pascoe of Porirua, New Zealand; Griffin Presnell and Skyler Stefanski of Lincoln, NE; Caleb Cohen of Missouri Valley, IA; Hannah Urban of Bellevue, NE; Maria Ostry of Bruno, NE; Dakota Schroll of Wood River, NE; Miranda Trowbridge of Murdock, NE; Nathaniel Ruhl of Cairo, NE; Jaci Torres, Sarah Wibben, Claire Barnes, and Jack Osnes of Wayne; Amanda Stuhr of Bellwood, NE; Austin Burkhardt of Winnetoon, NE; Benjamin Bjorklund of Wakefield; Kaylee Moe of Homer; Christopher Cruz of Emerson; Sarah Eriksen of Omaha, NE; Michaela Timmerman of Wausa; Isabelle Hatfield of Grand Island, NE; Katelyn Deschane of Milford, NE; and Zachary Chromy of Schuyler, NE.