April 17-19 in the Peru State College Theater, a talented group of individuals presented three performances of a play on which they had worked for months. ( To see their names and the roles they played, simply click on the image to the left.)
Watching a video of two of plays pivotal scenes will give those who did not have a chance to see the performances a glimpse of the artful entertainment they missed.
Others will enjoy recalling their time in the theater.
The video also contains a series of still photographs; as usual, you can view a brief slide show and download individual images or the entire collection.
Sadly, Mark Klemetsrud, the play's director and an Instructor in the Department of English, passed away weeks before the play opened.
To see something of Mark's extraordinary acting talent, take a look at a couple scenes from his Performance of Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned from November of 2007 in the PSC Theater.
And do read the biography at the conclusion of this posting.
The help of Joshua Young--who stepped in to direct Williams's play for the three performances--and his cast and crew ensured that the college community experienced the continuing renaissance of drama at Peru State College.