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MU Digital Fringe Festival, Day 5

Friday, November 13, 2020
7:00 pm

7:00 p.m. Trip

by Liv Gorom. 20 min
Trip is a one act play focusing on the LSD experiments of Dr. Sidney Cohen. Cohen convinces Dale, his employee, to have his wife Marie be unknowingly drugged to observe its effects. Trip explores motifs of marriage, identity, and exploration of self, begging us to ask who we can trust. Presented as a part of the New Wave Radio Drama Series.

8:00 p.m. All We Do

by Hannah Beddard. 3 min
A filmed contemporary dance piece set to music encourages the audience to self-reflect and identify with their own personal interpretation of the performance. Movement and lyrics, working in unison, will remind us all of the uncertainty and doubt within ourselves and result in a newfound desire to take back our lives. With Kristina Milijkovic.

The title "All We Do"

9:00 p.m. Conversations With Women in STEM

by Micki Smolenski. 30 min
Staged interviews with STEM professionals put a personal touch on the impact of the STEM gap and its effects of imposter syndrome and sexism in the workforce.

Various images of women in stem fields