"Kid Simple: A Radio Play in the Flesh," a Beloit College Theatre Production
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Date: Thursday, February 28th, 2013
Time: 8:00 pm
Duration: 2 hours
Location: Kresge Theatre, Neese Complex
Sponsored by: Theatre, Dance and Media Studies
Contact: Amy L. Sarno, Amy Sarno
Moll, a girl who invents things, wins the science fair with a machine for hearing sounds that can't be heard. But when a shapeshifting Mercenary steals the invention (and her heart), she must embark on a quest to save noise as we know it. Accompanied by the last boy-virgin in the eleventh grade, Moll crosses chasms and rafts rivers into a world where sound is always more than what meets the ear. A quirky fable of innocence and experience, featuring live sound effects, mutinous onomatopoeia, and a host of woodsy temptations. For mature audiences. Language and subject matter may not be suitable for children.
Admissions: $8.50 ($5 for seniors; $4 for students).
This event is open to campus and community.