The future of â€˜Peanutsâ€™ at CSU
The lovable â€œPeanutsâ€ characters have grown up and are not what you would imagine.
These new identities will be revealed in â€œDog Sees God: Confessions of A Teenage Blockhead,â€ the theatre departmentâ€™s first play of the semester. The show, which premiered Thursday, will run tonight and Oct. 9, 13-16 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 10 and 17 at 2 p.m.
The production is written by Bert V. Royal and directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Laura Jones.
The award-winning play â€œSnipesâ€ will be presented as a prologue before â€œDog Sees God.â€ The play is directed by senior theatre major Sean Cummings. It is the first time a short play will be featured before a main stage production at CSU.
â€œDog Sees Godâ€ has not been authorized or approved in any manner by the Charles M. Schulz Estate or United Features Syndicate, which have no responsibility for its content.
Tickets are $9 for CSU students, $18 for the public and are available at the UCA Ticket Office or online at www.CSUArtsTickets.com.
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Lambda center celebrates a sweet seventeen
Tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. the Lambda Community Center will celebrate its 17th anniversary party. The event will take place at the Northern Hotel in Old Town, where complimentary food and drinks will be served.
Members of the GLBT community will have the opportunity to learn about the people, program and strengths of the center.
The festivities will continue at 9 p.m. at Choice City Shots. There will be a $5 cover that will benefit the Lambda Center. Anyone who is 21 and up is welcome to join.