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Fall Drama Premieres Original Work

The fall drama is called “Spare Change”. The original full length work, written by students in the C-N theatre department, consists of a series of monologues based on stories and interviews from the local community. The dramatic, humorous and ultimately insightful explorations of hope, loss, triumph and heartache reflect on humanity’s need for relationship and search for purpose and connection. The production with be in Gentry Auditorium, December 1-3, 2011 at 7:30pm. December 1 & 3 are Community Life and Worship Credit. Cast members are current students; alums Travis Stansell & Laurie Lamb; Professor Amanda McNeely; and community members, Eric Bullard & Susan Christophel.

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