By Geoffrey Nauffts
Directing Capstone Project
March 31-April 2
Friday 7:30 pm
Saturday 2 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday 2 pm
Adam and Luke are in a happy, committed relationship. They have been living together for years, despite some minor differences: Luke is a Christian and Adam is very much not. This leads to some debates, as well as to Luke keeping his relationship with Adam a secret from his family. Everything is running somewhat smoothly, until a sudden accident forces Adam to turn to Luke's family for support. This touching and funny play questions the limits of love and faith.
"Compassionate, laugh-filled and enormously entertaining. Geoffrey Nauffts invests the play with a generosity that doesn't prejudge, embracing both the virtues and foibles of his characters. And that inclusion makes Next Fall an even richer experience." -Associated Press
This is one of two student capstone projects. Melania Ricks (Next Fall) and Max Friedman (Rhinoceros), students in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts, will present two senior directing capstone projects this spring. Both productions are student-run. This project is also a semester assignment for Conservatory acting, costume design, scenic design, lighting design, sound design and stage management students.
Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 2:00pm
Webster University, Stage III - Webster Hall
470 East Lockwood, 63119