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A thing of change – METAMORPHOSIS

A DOUGLAS ANDERSON THEATRE DEPARTMENT REVIEW The  opened a seven-performance run of ’s “” on April 18, 2015. This provocative play will run through April 25, with performances on that date at 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm. If the title sounds familiar, then you may have seen another play with the same title by which DA presented some years ago, with actors cast as Greek gods and goddesses splashing about in and around a shallow pool that filled most of the stage. This isn’t that play. Kafka wrote Metamorphosis as a novella in 1915. It was adapted for the stage …

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Douglas Anderson School of the Arts opened a zany comedy by the late Pulitzer Prize winning author  on September 25, 2014. The play will continue with productions on October 2 – 4 at 7:00 pm in the Black Box Theatre on the school’s Southside campus.“” debuted on Broadway in 1972, some 42 years ago. While it lasted only briefly in the Big Apple, it has been a surprisingly successful play, especially popular with high schools and colleges, and is still done frequently throughout the country. When viewing this play, it pays to remember that playwright Zindel’s unique body of work …

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