Come support your local college theater department!
The 2012-2013 Lake Forest College theater season will open with “The Chicken Bone,” to be performed November 8-17, 2012.
“Hunger makes us do very strange things…” In a house in a wood, a boy and a girl tell each other stories. They tell tales of the days when people ate the sky and birds and mice could speak. They tell stories of how bananas came to be and what the animals drank before there was water. Only, the boy lives in a cage. And they are trapped by an evil witch. In a house made of gingerbread…
The Chicken Bone is a brand new, original show inspired by the "food theme" that Lake Forest College has embraced this year. Director Chloe Johnston, Assistant Professor of Theater. and her cast members have collaboratively created the show during the rehearsal process from folk tales that deal with issues of food and hunger, including “Hansel and Gretel,” as well as tales from Nigeria, Vietnam, Germany, and the Kalahari Desert.
$3 for non LFC students, alumni, and senior citizens; and $7 for non-affiliated adults.
Please call the Theater Department box office at 847-735-6169 to reserve your ticket(s). Or, reserve your seats now at email@example.com. Put in your email the date you wish to come and the numbers of seats you require. Reservations are strongly recommended. At this time, payment can only be accepted at the door, and we are unable to accept credit cards.
The Theater Department resides in Hixon Hall at
555 N. Sheridan Road on Lake Forest College’s South Campus, near the corner of Sheridan Road and Maplewood Road. Parking is located in the Maplewood Road parking lot near the Sports Center.
See video trailer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LW-knTHqC0&feature=plcp
Show times: Thursday November 15 at 8 p.m.
Friday at 8 p.m. (November 16)
Saturday 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. (November 17)
Stage Management: Brittany Eude, Kiersten Kolstad
ASM: Samantha Kaser
Chair, Theater Department: Richard Pettengill
Set design: Dennis Mae
Costumes: Janice Pytel
Lighting: Andre Pluess
The Theater Department is working with Lambda Chi Alpha to coordinate a Food Drive in conjunction with the show that will benefit the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Please bring a non-perishable food item to the show, or feel free make a donation in the lobby.