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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 7, 2000
2nd TIME CHANGE: The SDSM& T Drama Presentations on April 7 and 8 have been changed back to their original time of 7: 00 pm.
SDSM& T TO PRESENT 8TH ANNUAL ONE ACT PLAY EXTRAVAGANZA
The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) Drama Club will be presenting the 8th Annual One Act Plan Extravaganza on April 7 and April 8, 2000 at 8: 00 pm. They will be performing six shows that will include End of the Tunnel, 976- Lust, and The Tooth Hurts by David Raine, If Girls Asked Boys For Dates by Anne Coulter Martens, Night of the Livid Dad by Marc Holland and Michael Davis, and Not My Cup of Tea by A. F. Groff. The two performances will be staged in the Surbeck Center Ballroom on the SD Tech campus. Both shows are free and open to the public.
There are five comedies and one tragedy among the selections. All but 976- Lust are suitable for general audiences. 976- Lust contains some suggestive material that parents may not find suitable for children, and parental discretion is advised.
The Tooth Hurts
In this funny and exuberant play, the retiring tooth fairy is attempting to pass the torch down to the next generation. Unfortunately, it seems like 400 years of tradition might be going straight down the drain. This one is a definite crowd pleaser and a good show for all ages.
End of the Tunnel
An intriguing and thoughtful story, End of the Tunnel is the only drama of the bunch. Better bring your tissues along, you are going to need them. Join us for a gripping tale of one woman’s trial by fire.
Parental discretion is advised. We jump out of our director��s chairs and into the spotlight. A man calling a phone sex line gets more than he bargained for. It puts new meaning to the phrase ‘ love on the wires.’
Not My Cup of Tea
Two spinster sisters try to off their mother in this odd but charming comedy. Comic hijinks abound.
Night of the Livid Dad
Nightmares plague a man whose daughter is going on her first date. A true laugh riot.
If Girls Asked Boys for Dates
Think ‘ Pleasantville’ meets ‘ Tootsie’ and you might get close to the theme of this play. An amusing anachronism from days gone by, almost more social commentary than comedy or a look into dating at Tech!
Further information is available by calling 394.2824 after 4: 00 pm weekdays.
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