Theme of ‘Marisol’ focuses on faith

The Department of Theater and Dance will present Marisol, by Jose Rivera, from April 2 – 5 at 8:00 p.m. each night and a 2:00 p.m. matinee on Saturday, April 5. The production will be held in the University Theater Center Showcase Theater

“I think what is so great about the script is that no matter what your background is or what your walk of life, you will be affected by the story,” Garret Storms, an actor in the production said.

“Everyone will take away something different from the show.”

Although the production was suggested in the seasons, others were chosen instead.

“The script just needed the right cast and a director with a clear vision and I think it finally has it,” Storms said.

The production is directed by Robby Bardwell, a senior musical theater major.

SHSU alumnus Nathan Sapio contributed to the production with his grafitti artwork.

“It was really imporant for the show to have a sense ofethnic street culture and Nathan’s artwork has done exactly that,” Storms said. “The shojust wouldnt be the same without it.”

General admission is $8 and children under three will not be admitted.

For more information or to order tickets, call the box office at 294-1339.

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