MNSU Theatre closes Studio Season

Photo: Theresa (Caitlyn Kumpula) begins to warm up to Tony (Luke Steinborn) on a seemingly harmless blind date. (Courtesy of the MNSU Department of Theatre and Dance)
Photo: Theresa (Caitlyn Kumpula) begins to warm up to Tony (Luke Steinborn) on a seemingly harmless blind date. (Courtesy of the MNSU Department of Theatre and Dance)

The MNSU Department of Theatre and Dance will conclude their 2015-16 Studio Season this spring with Rebecca Gilman’s Boy Gets Girl, directed by Kristin Fox. The play will run at 7:30 p.m. from April 20-23 in the Andreas Theatre in the Earley Center for Performing Arts.

Described as “a disturbing chiller,” Boy Gets Girl is “about a woman whose life of accomplishment is quickly destroyed by a disturbed admirer.” According to a press release from the Department of Theatre and Dance, Boy Gets Girl “works powerfully at its most basic level, as a suspenseful tale about the unraveling of a strong woman’s sense of security in the urban jungle. It certainly will touch a tender nerve in everybody who’s ever squirmed through a creepy blind date.”

Tickets for Boy Gets Girl will sell at $10 regular; $9 for seniors age 65 or older, children under age 16, and groups of 15 people or more; and $8 for students at MNSU.

For more information about the play, please contact Amanda Dyslin at 507-389-6663, or at amanda.dyslin@mnsu.edu.

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