Sinclair Theatre Presents Radio Plays - Be Soundly Scared!

Sinclair Theatre invites you to be SOUNDLY SCARED with Radio Plays – 4 selections of the horror genre presented November 2-5 in Sinclair’s Black Box Theatre, on the fourth floor of Building 2.
 
Directed by Nelson Sheeley the show features one play from a Sinclair alumus, Travis Williams; one by a current Sinclair student, Maximillian Santucci; one by Deathscribe Winner Joseph Zettelmaier and one by the acclaimed writer Agatha Christie.
 
All seats are general admission and cost only $8. They are available now at www.sinclair.edu/tickets or one hour prior to production, if available.
 
Radio play productions open a wide variety of student design opportunities in sound, costuming, lighting and props, with a special feature called “foley artist” -- the people who create, replace and enhance live sound during a broadcast or film.
 
For this production, student designers include: Chelsey Hall, costumes; Jacob Rodgers, lighting; Sarah Parrott, sound; and Gregory Davis props. Cast includes: Sydney Baker, Chelsea Overman, Christopher Goetz, Olivia Weldon, DeShawn Christian, Micah Koverman, Sabrina Lundberg, Elisha Chamberlin, Leonardo Santucci, Karley Holdeman, Sarah Skeans, Sara Eldred, Maximillian Santucci, and Robert Hyer.
 
Performances are

Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 3 at noon and 8 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 4  at 8 p.m.

 Sun., Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. 

Thursday and Sunday performances will be ASL interpreted.
 
There will be a FREE Playwriting Discussion Panel between performances on Friday, Nov. 3 at 1:30, featuring playwrights Joseph Zettelmaier, Nelson Sheeley and David Brush.