A play from Lewis Carroll’s "Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass."
Student Directed one act plays! All of the Students in Drama 4022, Play Directing II, are required to produce a one-act play. The productions are viewed by a committee of the Drama Faculty (consisting this year of Professor Ralph Salgado, Donald Muir, and Tom Hird) who select several of them for this public performance.
Benefit performance to help defray touring costs for the cast and crew on tour to Washington, D.C.
The year 1953- Waiting for Godot has just opened in Paris-and Samuel Beckett through it will picture a world that has grown meaningless, indecipherable-absurd. Standing between the two tramps, Vladimir and Estragon, and utter despair is their hope in the arrival of Godot. But Godot is never seen; and never comes.
Ibsen was viewed either as a messenger of the Devil or a Champion of Women’s Suffrage. It was said that when Nora leaves her husband and children at the end of the play and slams the door on her home, it was a "door slam that was heard around the world".
The matter is about Henry VIII and his six wives. The latter are divided into the commentators of Henry’s actions (and the consequences of these actions in succeeding ages) and the victims of his actions.