Undergraduate Projects: Black Box

The Zoo Story & The American Dream
Now in its third year, the Black Box showcases the work of emerging student directors in the most pure way possible. Black Box productions feature student actors, limited rehearsal space, a minimal set, and a guerilla budget. Selected undergraduate directors have the opportunity to showcase their talents while offering cutting-edge material to our audiences.
February 17, 2013
02:30 pm
William Inge Memorial Theatre, Murphy Hall
864-3982
864-3982
Cost: $15/public; $14/seniors and KU faculty/staff; $10/students
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