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CSC presents the Neil Simon classic comedy ‘The Odd Couple’

In a messy New York apartment in the 1980s, four women sit around a table playing Trivial Pursuit while another scrounges the kitchen for refreshments. It’s a hot summer night and the air conditioner in the apartment is broken.

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A Message of Empowerment

“The Vagina Monologues” performance brings out many different emotions, speaks on various social issues.

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Man, What a woman

CSC presents the classic comedy “Charley’s Aunt”

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Jennaya Hill, freshman of Gordon, sets a rose on fire Monday during play "#16: Ten Years…and six months" as part of a dress rehersal of “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind,” in the Black Box Theatre. —Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky
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30 plays in 60 minutes

“Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind:” 30 plays within a play. If that doesn’t sound tricky enough for you, throw in the fact that it’s timed. This play of 30 plays is performed within a 60-minute time frame, making each an average two minutes long. This play features the neo-futurists, which simply means the cast members act as themselves. They are dressed in their ordinary, every day clothes and are addressed by their own names as the program suggests. It’s a unique and refreshing concept compared to an ordinary play one would see, where actors actually perform as someone else’s identity.

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Mr. Doyle, played by Wacey Gallegos, senior of Ainsworth, denies knowing information about “Pappa,” Tuesday during “The Nether” dress rehearsal in Memorial Hall’s Black Box Theatre. —Photo by Jordyn Hulinsky
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real or not?

“The Nether” explores two worlds in an attempt to decide what is reality and what is make-believe

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Voyage to NeverLand

A giant alligator, lost orphan boys, pirates, mermaids, and native jungle people all in a play together seems familiar, but this play was not the well-known and loved Disney’s “Peter Pan.” Instead we are witnessing Rick Elice’s “Peter and the Starcatcher.”

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CSC thespians perform Hamlet spinoff

If you are looking for a play that gives you some fancy wordplay, dirty jokes, and an existential crisis all in one package, “Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” just might be what you are looking for. Originally written by Tom Stoppard with a debut in 1967, the play is a solidly written story following the exploits of “the Prince of Denmark’s college buddies” as they struggle with being jammed into the Shakespearean classic, Hamlet.

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Blood, Love and Rhetoric

“What is the last thing you remember?”

During CSC theatre program’s most recent production, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” this question is repeated multiple times throughout the play as the audience is immersed in the confusion that the two main characters face for nearly the entire show.

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Where’s the baby?

Edward Albee’s “The Play About the Baby,” directed by Scott Cavin, is an intriguing production the CSC Theatre Department is presenting.

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