November 7-16, shows at 8 p.m. Fridays/Saturdays + ONE Sunday matinee a 2 p.m. November 16 (sign interpreted).
Dart Auditorium, 500 N. Capitol Ave.
Andy Callis directs this theatrical adaptation by Christina Calvit based on E. M. Forster's novel about the consequences and rewards of being true to one's own nature and the timeless choices of truth over artifice, love over fear.) The large cast features Sally Hecksel as Lucy, Michael Boxleitner as George, many LCC students and alumni, and several community actors making their Dart stage debut including Rick Dethlefsen as Mr. Emerson, Sandy Hudson Thomasson as Miss Catherine Alan, and T.E. Klunzinger as Sir Harry Otway.
The play contains nudity and is recommended for mature audiences.
Tickets are $5 students, $10 seniors & LCC staff, $15 general public, available at the door or in advance at The Hole in the Hall, 133 Gannon Building, 10am-6pm M/Tu/Th and 10am-4pm Fr.
Student Choreography Showcase
4 p.m. Sunday, November 9
Room 372 Gannon Building
New works in various dance genres are presented in this hour-long showcase including student choreographers in LCC's first ever choreography class.
Auditions for "Steppin' to the Bad Side (temptations of the heart, mind, body and soul), an original musical revue featuring songs from Dream Girls, Kinky Boots, Hair, Bonnie and Clyde, and more. LCC's 2015 Music Scenes Class directed by Janine Novenske Smith, music direction by John Dale Smith, choreography by Karyn Perry.
7 p.m. Sunday/Monday November 9-10
Room 372 Gannon Building.
Music Audition: Sing one memorized song ~ an accompanist will be provided. Dance Audition: Wear clothes you can move in. Bring dance shoes if possible (no street shoes on the dance floor).
Class Info: Register for MUSC 233 (22193) Music Seminar. Class meets 7-10pm Mondays at Plymouth Congregational Church beginning in January, with weekend dance rehearsals at LCC to be scheduled. Performances are April 17-19 in Dart Auditorium.