News Release: Theatre department performs Inspecting Carol

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Contact: Hannah Jeske, Stage Manager                                                              FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Cell Phone: 503-490-9044
Email: jeskehr@plu.edu

PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY ADDS LAUGHTER TO THE HOLIDAY SEASON

Sidesplitting laughter, mistaken identity and holiday spirit fill Pacific Lutheran University’s winter theatrical production. The comedy will entertain audiences Dec. 11 – 15.

PLU’s theatre program will present Inspecting Carol for one weekend only. The show will run Wednesday, Dec. 11 through Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. as well as Saturday, Dec. 14 and Sunday, Dec. 15 at 2:00 p.m.

Inspecting Carol will be the second faculty directed show to be performed in the newly renovated Eastvold Auditorium in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

Inspecting Carol is a farce about a low-budget theatre company attempting to put on A Christmas Carol. “It is the perfect mixture of humor, chaos and joy to ring in the holiday season,” Dr. Lori Lee Wallace, director, said.

Tickets sell for $8 General Admission, $5 Senior Citizens and Alumni and $3 PLU Community, Students and 18 years and under. To purchase tickets call PLU’s Concierge at 253-535-7411.

Pacific Lutheran University takes great pride in its intimate and challenging theatre program. The program strives to train students in all aspects of theatre art – from acting and directing to technical theatre and design. PLU’s theatre program is part of the School of Arts and Communication.

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