Top row (left to right): Beth Sadler, Emma McGee, Kawaan Panama, Bryan Lochner, Robert Kornaus, Adam Parker. Second row: Jordin Richards, Allie DiMiele. Bottom row: Carole McKee, Jonathan Boehle, Sylmarie Soto Rachel Tau and Jill Jeffrey.
Lewis University's Student Directing Class presents a Ten-Minute Play Festival
Lewis University theater students are preparing for the 10-minute play festival, entitled as "Players Gonna Play.” The two-night festival will take place in the Studio Theatre on Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30 at 7p.m. There will be 7 different shows on each day.
The event is free and open to the public. The seating is general admission and is recommended for ages 13 years and up. For more information call the Philip Lynch Theater box office (815) 836-5500. The box office hours are Monday through Friday 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The directing class is the capstone course for theater majors, offered at Lewis every two years in the spring. The students get to create their unique interpretations of the scripts they’ve chosen to stage.
Our group of 14 talented directors include: Jonathan Boehle of Cornell, Allie DiMiele of New Lenox, Jill Jeffrey of Romeoville, Rob Kornaus of Plainfield, Bryan Lochner of Essex, Annie Martello of Morris, Carole McKee of Plainfield, Emma McGee of Joliet, Adam Parker of Naperville, Kawaan Panama of Chicago, Jordin Richards of Tinley Park, Beth Sadler of Homer Glen, Sylmarie Soto of Plainfield and Rachel Tau of Wood Dale.