A cell phone rings in a café. It rings again. The owner of the cellphone doesn’t even pretend to notice. Jean has had it. She marches over to that guy to give him a piece of her mind. Only problem: He’s dead. Stone cold dead. What should she do? Take his messages of course! After all, she did find him and Jean feels like she owes him something. Who knew a dead man’s cellphone could leads her to love, treachery, and a very dysfunctional family? You’ll never look at your cellphone the same way again after this surprising and heartwarming comedy!
Directed by Amy Sarno, "Dead Man's Cell Phone" will continue its run tonight (Thursday) through Saturday, at 8 p.m. in the Kresge Theatre. Tickets can be purchased on the night of the show between 7:15 p.m. and 7:50 p.m., or by calling the box office at ext. 2755. General admission is $8.50; senior/faculty/staff $5 and students $4.