Department of Fine Arts
University Theatre Presents:
|The Francis Marion
University Theatre's next production of the 2000-2001 season, to open
February 21 and run through
Saturday the 24th, is Bob Randall's comedy hit, 6
Rms Riv Vu
(Six Rooms River View). The N.Y. Times called 6
Rms Riv Vu
"a Broadway comedy of fun and class.... Two people playing out a very
game of love, an attractive fantasy with a precious tincture of truth."
A vacant apartment
with a river view is open for inspection by prospective tenants, and
among them are a man and a woman, Paul and Anne (played by Jason
Abernathy and Aubrey Phillips), who have
never met before. They are the last to leave and when they
to depart, they find that the door knob is missing and they are locked
Since they are attractive young people, they find each other
and the fact that both are happily married juxtaposes their mutual
in each other's company against their moral struggles as to what could
during their confinement.
out the cast are Andy Matthews as the Building Super, Erin Holladay as
the Woman In 4-A, Rui Jiang as
the Pregnant Woman, Mark Baloya as her husband Larry, and finally
Willis and Greg Williams as Paul and Anne's respective spouses.
The play is under the direction of associate professor David C. Granath, assisted by Melissa Cross and Ashley Daniels. Scenic design is by associate professor Keith Best with costume design by assistant professor Amy Sherwood and lighting design by Granath.
Reservations for 6 Rms Riv Vu may be made beginning February 12 by calling the box office at 661-1365. The box office will be open to reserve seats Monday through Friday from 1 pm to 5 pm. All tickets are free to the public. Curtain is at 8:00 pm.
The Francis Marion University Theatre will conclude its 2000-2001 season with a musical, Charles Schulz's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (April 6-14, 2001).
For additional information contact Mr. Granath in FAC 222, 661-1536, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in working
"behind the scenes"? Contact Mr.
Best in FAC 222, 661-1536, email@example.com.
photos courtesy of Amy Sherwood