GOSHEN, IN — Adrienne Schmucker, a junior Theater major from Wauseon, OH, is participating in the Goshen College Theater Department’s Winter One Acts – “Reality TV Island,” “Miniature Migrants” and “Confianza” – on Friday, Feb. 13, and Saturday, Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 3 p.m. (ASL interpreted) in Goshen College’s Umble Center. Adrienne attends West Clinton Mennonite Church.
All three plays are written and directed by current Goshen College students, and explore popular ideas and issues in the United States through both humor and seriousness.
“Reality TV Island” is written by Kate Yoder, a senior art and English writing double major from Elkhart, Indiana. The play is directed by Adrienne Schmucker, a junior theater major from Wauseon, Ohio. Peter Meyer Reimer, a senior biology and interdisciplinary major from Goshen, is stage manager.
The cast for “Reality TV Island” includes James Austen Lang, a freshman theater major from Portland, Oregon; Christina Hofer, a junior theater and interdisciplinary major from Dolton, South Dakota; Ally Medellin, a sophomore social work major from Goshen; and Morgan Yordy, a freshman peace, justice and conflict studies and history double major from Rochelle, Illinois.
Tickets for the show cost $5 and are available through the Welcome Center by calling (574) 535-7566, online at goshen.edu/tickets or at the Umble Center Box Office an hour before the show.
There will be no intermission.
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