Kalamazoo College will continue a tradition of supporting student-written and -directed plays in the Senior Performance Series from Feb. 9-12 at the Nelda K. Balch Festival Playhouse’s Dungeon Theatre, 139 Thompson St., Kalamazoo.
Shows will take place at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9-11 and 2 p.m. Feb. 12. This year’s plays are:
- “Stuck in Neutral,” written by Kyle Lampar and directed by Thaddeus Buttrey. A young man tries to put a traumatic experience behind him during his first day as an Uber driver;
- “Piss & Vinegar,” written by Camille Wood and directed by Clapton Marquis. Four teenagers seek the truth behind a sinister scandal during their suburban summer vacation;
- “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” written by Rajiv Joseph and directed by Aidan Ives-Johnson. Two “scar-crossed lovers” are intertwined through their internal and external injuries;
- “101 Humiliating Stories,” co-produced by Madison Donoho and Emma Franzel. Two women journey through embarrassment and laughter in this comedy about success, and the
ever-inspiring Sigourney Weaver.
Please note all Senior Performance Series plays contain mature subject matter and language. Tickets for the general public are $5. K students are admitted free.
For reservations, call 269-337-7333. Find more information about the Festival Playhouse at reason.kzoo.edu/festivalplayhouse.