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Drama headlines spring theatre lineup

Carson-Newman theatre students rehearse during last year’s production of “Leaving Iowa.”

Carson-Newman theatre students rehearse during last year’s production of “Leaving Iowa.”

(Jan. 10, 2014) – Carson-Newman University’s theatre program recently announced its production lineup for this spring.

“The spring is going to be a season of award-winning productions,” said Kyle Biery, Carson-Newman’s theatre program coordinator and assistant professor of theatre. “I am really excited about the quality of writing we have.”

Productions such as February’s “Doubt, A Parable” by John Patrick Shanley claimed a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, while “The Diary of Anne Frank” by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett has won numerous theatre accolades.

  • Doubt, A Parable – February 13–14, Phoenix Theatre
  • The Diary of Anne Frank – February 27–March 2, Gentry Auditorium
  • 12 Angry Men – April 24–26, Phoenix Theatre

Tickets for each production are $8 for general admission, $5 students/ C-N employees, as well as seniors (60+). For more information on all Carson-Newman productions, call 865-471-4163.

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