I was able to get a sneak peek during a dress rehearsal and I was laughing often throughout the show. I would say that mayhem would be a great description.
Each scene was filled with comedy and wise-cracks. There were different scenes where characters would break out into hissy fits, fake-slap each other, and take off on wacky physical/verbal acts.
Edmon Thomas,Associate Professor of Communication and Theatre is leading the production.
"All of the students has worked hard, whether they are on stage or behind the scenes. I want all of them to enjoy themselves while they are on stage,"said Thomas.
The crew has had about three to four weeks to prepare for this production with the usual dramatic issues such as delay on getting costumes finished, the hard work of learning lines, and getting props ready.
"It's been more difficult for some than others as far preparing for roles, especially for me with one scene in particular" said Kemp. "All in all it has not been too stressful, for me anyways."
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