THE SPRING PERFORMANCES ARE:
1. Cornell University: "IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT" Thurs. Mar. 20, 2014
~ An extended long-form “Iazzi” adapted from the work of silent film actor Charlie Chaplin and inspired by his short film “One AM.” (In One A.M. , Chaplin steps out of the Tramp persona to play an inebriated gadfly at war with his home, battling everything from a staircase to a suit of armor to a resistant Murphy bed, all seemingly set on keeping him from getting to sleep.)
2. Ithaca College: "GONE MISSING" Wed. Apr. 2, 2014
~ How do we cope with the things that simply disappear out of our lives? This is a charmingly witty blending of documentary & musical, resulting in a show that is highly original and comically entertaining.
Note: We have been informed that there is a reference to 'mature' subject matter (child abuse/molestation.)
3. SUNY Cortland: "CANDIDE" Fri. Apr. 4, 2014
~ A “raucous, silly, and playful farce” which tells of an optimistic young man who having been taught that everything that happens in life must be for the best, travels the world experiencing one disaster after another until in disillusionment he repudiates this philosophy in favor of trying to just live a simple life. (Mature Audience: recommended for 15+)
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