The play follows “Danny,” a young white playwright whose play about the dramas of an African-American family, is selected for a prestigious play festival.
Throughout the years, OOTB began producing more contemporary works in new and interesting ways, which is what the organization focuses on today.
The students of OCUEdge are preparing to perform their last production of this season.
Rehearsals are underway for Out of the Box’s final production of the year, Consider the Oyster by David MacGregor.
This semester, there is something brand new for performance enthusiasts. Out of the Box presents a new twist to student-led stage production.
The School of Theater no longer oversees OCUEdge. Out of the Box, a student-led group through the School of Theater, took over the program.
Cria Ama, acting and music senior, listens as Hunter Paul, acting senior, explains how he was eaten by and subsequently defeated a monster during the final dress rehearsal of the TheatreOCU Out of the Box production Tender Napalm, by Philip Ridley Thursday night in room 405 of the Clara E. Jones Administration Building.
Photo: James Murphy
The Out of the Box theater season opened this past weekend.
Out of the Box is a fully student-run theater company, and produces shows that only play late at night for two nights. An all-student committee picks the season early in the semester.
Student Senate passed four bills and tabled one bill at their Nov. 9 meeting. Two of the bills were presented by emergency.