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Nov 07 2012
'Silent Night, Lonely Night' Revamps College Drama Department PDF Print E-mail
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         This weekend community members will get an opportunity to experience a portion the revitalized Kodiak College theater class during the production of Silent Night, Lonely Night. The drama will feature more than a dozen cast and crew members from the college community. Jared Griffin is the director for the play and said this particular production came about after a theater class last spring.

        This weekend community members will get an opportunity to experience a portion the revitalized Kodiak College theater class during the production of Silent Night, Lonely Night. The drama will feature more than a dozen cast and crew members from the college community. Jared Griffin is the director for the play and said this particular production came about after a theater class last spring.

 

--             (Silent Night Play 1            :42                          “And this is one of the plays we read in the…do the play. Why not.”)

 

                The play itself is written by Robert Anderson and takes place in a 1959 colonial New England inn on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.

   

--             (Silent Night Play 2            :28                          “And it’s about two characters… of the issues that they’re facing with.”)

 

                Joe Symonoski (Sim-on-oski) plays one of the main characters, John, and said he wasn’t in the theater class last spring, but got involved with the play after talking with those who were.  

  

--             (Silent Night Play 3            :31                          “And this play’s pretty neat it’s…drama and I like to exercise the craft.”)

 

 

            Mckenzie Clark costars with Symonoski as the character Kathryn. She said this will be her first time playing a lead role in a drama.  

 

--             (Silent Night Play 4            :26                          “I’ve been in productions pretty…that make a character on stage.”)

 

 

            The show opens Friday night at 7 p.m. in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium and will show Saturday at the same time. Tickets are ten dollars for community members and five dollars for students on both evenings. There will be a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. Entry is one dollar with a canned food donation for that showing. Griffin said the college will offer another theater class this spring and hopes to make fall productions a new tradition for the program.
 
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