Thursdays through Sundays, April 4-14, 8pm
Tickets: $10, students; $15, general admission
Tickets will be available at the MICA Store (1200 W. Mount Royal Ave. and store.mica.edu), online at Brown Paper Tickets (brownpapertickets.com), and at the door on the day of the event
Rivals of the West, MICA’s student theater company, will present Dancing at Lughnasa, a Tony Award-winning play by Brian Friel, over two weekends this spring. Set in the summer of 1936 in rural Ireland, this memory-based play follows the fortunes of five unmarried sisters. The play is filled with dance and music: the dreamy songs of the 1930s and the driving beat of Irish heels. The production is the culmination of the annual The Play’s the Thing course, in which students across majors take on roles as stage managers, lighting and sound technicians, set designers, costumers, prop fabricators, actors, and more. For more information, visit rivalsofthewest.org.
Image: This year's cast rehearses for the upcoming play (Photos by Kristen Lengel)
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