This production, from Fall 2019, was selected to perform at the Abilene Convention Center for the KCACTF Region 6 Festival on February 25 at 11:00 a.m.
Sexual assault on college campuses...addressing the problem is thornier than it sounds. Should campuses adjudicate cases, or only police? What if the victim wants privacy or nobody's really sure what happened at all? These tricky questions propel the action in STUDENT BODY, Frank Winter's compelling drama.
Performances: Friday, February 15, 7 p.m. Location: Performing Arts Center (Bldg. D), Mainstage Theatre
Performances: June 24 at 5:30 p.m., June 25-27 at 7 p.m., and June 27 at 3 p.m. Location: Performing Arts Center (Bldg. D), Mainstage Theatre
Want to contribute? Let your voice be heard!
Let your voice be heard!
The Lone Star College-Montgomery Theatre Department is spearheading a project that will culminate in our summer production and perhaps beyond: The Healing Project. Let your words inspire our performance!
We live in a time that has spawned vicious divisiveness in our country. The Healing Project aims to give students a voice in expressing solutions to the issues at the core of the divide.
Choose an issue that is important to you. Examples are: climate change, healthcare, immigration, gun control, reproductive rights, racism, genderism. (You are not limited to these examples.) State briefly what you see as the problem; then offer a solution. The solution to the problem should be the bulk of the submission and be as complete as possible. For example, if your solution for healthcare is to provide it for everyone, offer a way to fund it. Be creative. There are no bad ideas!
Submissions can be in the form of essay, poetry, song lyrics, videos, original artwork, filmed performances, and more. Please turn in submissions by March 1 to Chase Waites firstname.lastname@example.org
Student submissions provide the foundation for this LSC-M Theatre Department project, so please help.
Before submitting, read the following statement carefully:
I realize that by submission of this work, I am giving Lone Star College-Montgomery and its Theatre Department permission to use my words and/or ideas in a theatrical performance.
If you are submitting artwork for this project, we would like to have access to the original artwork to display it during the production.
To portray your submission in an accurate context, we request the following information. Providing this information is completely optional.
The Theatre Department will review all submissions and distill selections into a performance in summer of 2020.
For more information regarding auditions, please contact Chase Waites at Chase@LoneStar.edu