Thursday Oct 27, 2016
Theatre Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, is proud to announce its fall production, Love and Information, by renowned feminist playwright Caryl Churchill.
The show is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on November 3, 4, 5 and 11, 12 and 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 6 at Theatre Northwest on Grant, 3660 Grant St., located one mile west of the main campus at 37th Avenue and Grant Street.
Directed by Assistant Professor Mark Baer, the production will feature performances by IU Northwest theatre students Jason Becker (Demotte), Mae Glass (Griffith), Sydney Hale (Hammond), Jay-Lan Halliburton (Gary), Nicole Heusmann (St. John), Joshua Kime (Griffith), Jasmine Miller (Hobart), Nathan Pratl (Crown Point), and Liz Ramos (Schererville).
The production will feature scenic design by Associate Professor Katherine Arfken (Chicago), costume design by alumni guest artist LaQuita Willams (Gary), stage management by IU Northwest students Amber Holley (Griffith) and Alexandria Abramson (Lake Station), properties design by Terese Estes (Valparaiso) and lighting design and technical direction by Tim O’Donnell (Chicago).
Dramaturgical support for the production is provided through IU Northwest’s Undergraduate Research Grant and was awarded to Kelley Feeman of Valparaiso.
Love and Information is a rapid-fire series of more than 50 scenes, each depicting a life-changing moment in which a character confronts new information. Both funny and highly emotional, the play challenges our basic assumptions about fact and fiction and seeks to expose the fragility of our closest relationships.
General admission tickets are $10. Cash or checks will be accepted at the door. Reservations are highly recommended, as performances will sell out. Reserve your seats online at http://www.iun.edu/theatre/ or by calling (219) 980-6808.
About Theatre Northwest:
Theatre Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, is highly regarded as an affordable and accessible performance venue serving the communities of Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland. The theatre also serves as a platform for the up-and-coming talent of the Department of Performing Arts, the only public theatre degree program in Northwest Indiana.