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Students collaborate to create play

Students collaborate to create play


Live Theatre Workshop will feature “These Watches Can’t Tell Time,” an original play written, directed and performed by three UA theatre students. Andrea Head and Simon Ridley, theatre arts seniors and Laura Bargfeld, a sophomore studying creative writing and English, described the play as “Godot”-esque. The cyclical play on sense and memory feature Head as the Woman, Ridley as the Man and Bargfeld as a silent, mask-wearing character known as Deus ex Machina, or “god from the machine.” The Daily Wildcat caught up with the three before “These Watches Can’t Tell Time” opens on Thursday.

Theater today, teacher tomorrow

Theater today, teacher tomorrow

Before the curtain even opens on The Rogue Theatre stage for the first preview of the season, a young man emerges. The man, unbeknownst to the crowd, is taking the stage in his first professional performance in his career.

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