Petersburg
written by James Copeland
directed by Kingsley Willis

Nine Night Stand
"written" by Scenic Root
directed by Nik Charov

Dice
written by Mark Ganek
directed by Alice May Bugman

Synopses

Petersburg is the story of an apartment manager who must confront his family and friends after the death of a famous piano-playing tenant. Set in Russia, this play from junior James Copeland explores the borderless issues of responsibility, the meaning of true friendship, and the perception of life's worth. Sophomore director Kingsley Willis has led an all-star cast towards a truly memorable and amazing dramatic production!

Nine Night Stand is the debut of Scenic Root, a new improvisation group composed Stanford Improvisor and Sponge members and dedicated to the creation of "longform" improvised scenarios. With the help of audience suggestions, this troupe will create a new play right before your very eyes, so every night will be a new experience. "Hmmm...", you hear yourself thinking, "Very innnnnteresting."

Dice asks how you would survive the pain of kidnapping, the torture of beatings, the humiliation of interrogation, and the fear of eternal imprisonment. Written by junior Mark Ganek and directed by senior Alice May Bugman, this dark and troubling drama follows two strangers as they are forced to jointly ask these questions...and realize that they do not like all the answers. You don't want to miss this thrilling theatrical experience!

Performance Information

Ram's Head's Orignal Winter One Acts performances are:

All performances are in the Nitery Theatre at the Old Union.

Tickets can be purchased all next week in White Plaza duing lunch time. Student tickets cost $8; general admission is $15.

Read the official press release here

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