ASU Press Release:

University Theatre at Angelo State University will present “An Evening of Student Short Plays” for its first spring 2018 production beginning Thursday, Feb. 15, in the ASU Modular Theatre.

Performances will be at 8 p.m. Feb. 15-17 and 22-24, with a matinee performance at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 18. Tickets are $10 for the general public, $5 for non-ASU students, and free for ASU students, Arts at ASU subscribers and ASU Activity Card holders. The Modular Theatre is located in the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive.

“An Evening of Student Short Plays” features six new one-act plays written by three ASU students, Bryce Real of Kerrville, Angela Cavada of San Antonio, and Arianna Gonzalez of Eagle Pass. The plays are also directed by students and include:

  • “Lorelei: A Walk in the Park” – by Bryce Real
  • “Lorelei: Corruptela” – by Bryce Real
  • “Stalingrad” – by Bryce Real
  • “My Name is Adam” – by Angela Cavada
  • “Blackout” – by Angela Cavada
  • “Impulse” – by Arianna Gonzalez

Audience Advisory: Some of the plays contain strong language and adult situations and subject matter.

“Lorelei: A Walk in the Park” is a comedy directed by ASU student Marco Molina. Lorelei and Dave form a scheme to pay back the Mafia, but their plans are muddled by a passionate hobo and several goons.

“Lorelei: Corruptela” is a drama directed by ASU student Eli Rodriguez. A priest is seduced by a mysterious woman with a golden voice and must choose between his earthly desires and his commitment to his faith.

“Stalingrad” is a drama directed by ASU student Sabrina Idom. Two trapped German soldiers must come to terms with their fate in a losing battle.

“My Name is Adam” is a drama directed by ASU student Dakota Jones. It illustrates how nothing good can happen when you let your addiction get stronger than you.

“Blackout” is a drama directed by ASU student Eric Joshua Valle. A young girl, unaware of where she is, finds herself closer to the truth she can’t seem to remember.

“Impulse” is a drama directed by ASU student Tessa Verner. When total strangers are trapped in a bathroom after a gunman opens fire at a club, they are forced to face the uncertainty of life or death.

Tickets are on sale now at the ASU box office in the Carr EFA Building. The box office is open 2-6 p.m. weekdays. For reservations and/or ticket information, call 325-942-2000.