Southeastern Theatre stages 'Medea' April 16-19
Contact: Tonya Lowentritt
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(1) AN ANCIENT DRAMA WITH A MODERN TWIST -- Southeastern Louisiana University theater students Marjorie Parker, Baton Rouge, “Medea,” and Aaron Griffin, New Roads, “Jason,” rehearse a scene from Southeastern Theatre’s upcoming production of “Medea.” Giving ancient Greek theater a modern twist, the production will be staged April 16-19 at 7:30 p.m. in Vonnie Borden Theatre. Tickets -- $10, adults, $5, senior citizens, faculty, staff, alumni, and non-Southeastern students – are available at the theater box office in D Vickers Hall. Southeastern students are admitted free with their university I.D.
(2) MYSTERIOUS CAST – The cast of Southeastern Louisiana University Theatre’s production of “Medea” rehearses for the April 16-19 production at 7:30 p.m. in Vonnie Borden Theatre. With modern twists such as a live rock band and hand-made leather masks, theater-goers can expect to see a production filled with spectacle, music, dance, and black magic. Tickets are available at the theater box office in D Vickers Hall. For more information, contact director Jim Winter at (985) 549-3546.