Playwright Tearrance Chisholm's thesis play about a young, gifted man who is deeply affected by the Black Lives Matter movement. At the Hartke Theatre.
Hartke Theatre, built in 1971, seats 600 on its single-level, steeply raked orchestra section before a raised proscenium stage.
Callan Theatre, adjacent to the Hartke, is a 100-seat, flexible-thrust stage facility, which offers an intimate theatrical space. No seat is more than a few feet from the performance area.
Students of the drama department put on five or six plays a year in these halls. Off-campus groups have rented the space for performances of such works as Harold Pinter's "The Hothouse" and Tom Stoppard's "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead."
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