PAC opening season Oct. 5 with "Between Daylight and Boonville"
Monday, September 17, 2012
The Performing Arts Company (P.A.C.), a student produced theatre group at SUNY Fredonia, will be performing the dramatic play, “Between Daylight and Boonville” in Bartlett Theatre the weekend of October 5.
Friday and Saturday's (Oct. 5 & 6) performances start at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday's (Oct. 7) starts at 2 p.m. Bartlett Theater is located in the Rockefeller Arts Center.
Tickets are $10 ($5 for students) and can be purchased through the SUNY Fredonia ticket office located in the Williams Center, or by calling (716) 673-3501 or online at http://www.fredonia.edu/tickets.
"Between Daylight and Boonville" is a play written by Matt Williams, an Evansville, Indiana native. The play is set in the coal mining country of southern Indiana. Carla, a twenty six year old high school dropout, wife, and mother, dreams of packing up and moving to escape her dreary existence. She is teased, threatened, and cajoled by her friends as they settle into an ordinary day of trading gossip, reading magazines, and prattling about sex while the children dart in and out. But an ordinary day becomes extraordinary when the local mine resounds with an explosion.
The play is a touching and humorous study of women who posses the courage, the humor, and the dignity to rise above the grimmer facts of their existence.
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