WSCC Drama Club Presents Two One-Act Plays Trifles & Locked Room Misery
On campus Friday, November 9th at 8:00 p.m. in Graham Auditorium, the WSCC Drama Club will present two one-act plays, Trifles and Locked Room Misery. Additional performances will be offered during the weekend: Saturday night (11/10) at 8:00 PM and Sunday afternoon (11/11) at 3:00 PM. Under the directorship of Assistant Professor Amanda Anderson, both plays promise to be entertaining and will highlight weeks of preparation. This event is free and open to the public.
Please bring friends and family to support our art and drama programs by attending these events that highlight the outstanding work of Arts & Sciences students at Washington State Community College.
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