presents Belle Moral by Ann-Marie MacDonald
Directed by Mary Job
November 1-2, 8-9 @ 8 p.m.
November 10 @ 2 p.m.
(Student Sign Interpretation: Nov. 10)
500 N. Capitol Ave.
Following her father’s death, amateur scientist Pearl MacIsaac struggles to unearth the secret of her family’s past, one which her father had kept hidden with the help of his doctor. Set in Scotland in 1899, this dark and redemptive gothic comedy is a story of family secrets come to life, the birth and evolution of ideas, a play of morals, and it embraces a complex range of turn-of-the-century thought.
“An extremely intelligent and erudite play that mixes the comic and gothic stylistically, with the scientific and political thematically.” The Globe and Mail
Cost Admission at the door 1/2 hour before curtain.
$5 children & students
$10 seniors, LCC faculty/staff/alumni
$15 general seating
Contact: LCC Performing Arts Production Office, 517-483-1122
Online tickets may be purchased at: http://www.lcc.edu/showinfo