The RC Players’ presentation of “Evening of Scenes,” on stage tonight and Saturday night at 8 pm in the RC Auditorium, has seven student directors. Few of these directors are affiliated with the Residential College. But they had a desire to direct and a smart, funny, 10-minute script, so the RC gave them a shot at the stage.
“Evening of Scenes”
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
At East Quad Auditorium
Every semester would-be directors submit original or adapted works to the RC board for inclusion in “Scenes.” The auditions are open to any and everyone.
Part of the charm of “Scenes” is discovering that the guy from your chemistry class has perfect comic timing.
But the spirit of equal access theater isn’t only reserved for the production’s 50 cast and crewmembers, it extends to the audience as well: performances are free of charge.
This semester, audiences can expect scenes ranging from a Monty Python adaptation, to an original work detailing (what else?) college life.
LSA junior Tracey Rosen, one of two producers of the show, summed it up. “All the scenes are funny; together they make the show strong. Anyone who comes to see them will have a good time.”