UF’s Theatre Program Presents “Triage”
The Theatre Program at University of Findlay is proud to present “Triage: A 24-hour theatre experience.”
“Triage: A 24-hour theatre experience” will be presented on Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. on campus at the John and Hester Powell Grimm Theatre in Egner Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts box office at 200 W. Main Cross St., by visiting www.mcpa.org, or calling 419-423-2787. UF students, faculty, and staff will be admitted free with a valid University ID.
Triage is an original work created by students including but not limited to producing, directing, writing, and performing a theater production in 24 hours. The Friday night before the show, the students receive their theme to which they use to help jumpstart their 24-hour project. After the theme is received, students collaborate with each department of the program from costuming, sets, and tech to create their original work. There will be a talk-back after the performance to discuss the creative process.
At University of Findlay, students gain an edge with a variety of experiential learning opportunities. Not only do Findlay’s theatre students learn through hands-on opportunities, but programs across campus provide students with experiences relevant to their field of study. To learn more about Findlay’s Theatre Program, visit their webpage.