PCC / News / May 9, 2013

Rock Creek theater produces play with great ‘timing’

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PCC Theater@RockCreek presents “All in the Timing” by David Ives. This play dares to ask the really tough questions such as, “Do you live in Philadelphia or does your life just suck?” or “Why did Ramon kill Trotsky?” or “Can three monkeys typing into infinity produce Hamlet?” For two weeks only, you can find out the answers to these questions and more.  “All in the Timing” plays at 7 p.m., May 17-18 and May 24-25 in The Forum Theater, Building 3 (Room 114).

The production is being directed by Valory J. Lawrence, who has been directing and producing theater at Rock Creek since 2011 after touring the U.S. and Canada for 10 years as a stand-up comedian. Every Monday and Wednesday, Rock Creek theater students host an informal improvisation show in which anyone can and does participate.

“You can hear the hoots of laughter throughout Building 3,” Lawrence said. “Doing scripted comedy offers students a great change of pace.”

Tickets for the play are $5 for general admission, and some of the language is not suitable for all audiences.  For tickets or information, call (971) 722-7221.

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x by Echo 11 months ago

“Every Monday and Wednesday, Rock Creek theater students host an informal improvisation show in which anyone can and does participate.”
Ah, but what time?

x by Valory J. Lawrence 11 months ago

Monday and Wednesday from 2:10-3:00 Improv games are played in the theater (bldg. 3 Rm. 114) and all are invited!

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