Facilitated by MUT Alumna Cheryl Ruschau This devised work explores African-American perspectives on the Declaration of Independence, the revolutions it inspired, and the ongoing struggle for social justice in America today. It premiered live at Colonial Williamsburg on July 4th, 2019.
8:00 p.m. The Things That Don't Add Up
by Katelyn Nevin. 30 min Quinn goes through a series of devastating events that change her forever. Whether these changes are good or bad is neither here nor there; only Quinn holds the power to embrace the change or fade into stupefaction. Presented as a part of the New Wave Radio Drama Series.
9:00 p.m. Archive Record 62
by Charlotte Snee and Laura Smith. 20 min Students are reporting supernatural lights coming from the President’s house. One investigator must try to uncover what is causing the mysterious occurrences before someone gets hurt, or the University shuts them down.