Show delivers live news, zany fun
ANGOLA, Ind. – Revel in an evening of live news and zany fun when the Trine University Drama Club presents the comedy "Crazytown" in early April.
Jonathan Rand's "Crazytown" is a comedy that presents a series of short scenes as a local newscast for Crazytown, Ind. Top stories include a police intervention, a debate on elementary election, a live broadcast of a thrilling sports competition and a community spotlight on one of the town's sterling community action groups, "The Censorship Society." Shorter segments include a look at fine cuisine, weather and a crime watch.
The cast includes:
- Brad Auld, a junior chemical engineering major from Crown Point;
- Brian Boes, a senior mechanical engineering major from Lafayette;
- Joshua Calhoun, a freshman majoring in general engineering from Kendallville;
- Matthew Flynn, a senior mechanical engineering major from Bedford;
- Katherine Hultquist, a sophomore criminal justice major from West Lebanon;
- Tyler Marx, a sophomore social studies education major from Waterville, Ohio;
- Bonnie Miller, a psychology and criminal justice major from Portage;
- Rachel Morris, a sophomore informatics major from Beech Grove;
- Kat Seeley, a sophomore biomedical and mechanical engineering major from Akron, Ohio;
- Jessica VanTilburg, an accounting alumna from Angola; and
- Chris Vojtko, a first-year mechanical engineering major from St. Joseph, Mich.
"Crazytown" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3, Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5, in Wells Theater in Taylor Hall. Trine University invites all who are able to come and enjoy this comedy. Tickets for the event are free and are available at the door. Seating is limited and it is recommended to arrive 10 to 15 minutes before curtain time.