Duquesne University’s Red Masquers to Present 37th Annual ‘Premieres’
Duquesne University's Red Masquers will present the 37th annual Premieres, one-act plays that are written by students, alumni and faculty and then produced exclusively by student directors, actors and crews. The performances will take place at 8 p.m. on Dec. 4-7 in the Peter Mills Auditorium, Rockwell Hall.
This year's original one-act performances will be:
Written by Mark Yochum, alumnus and professor of law, directed by Marsha Mayhak
Edvard the Benevolent One
Written by Vincent P. Lamperski, School of Law student, directed by Jeff Johnston
Written by Tim Ruppert, alumnus, directed by Tyler Jennings
Written by Alex Shipley, Mary Pappert School of Music student, directed by Maeve Montgomery.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, free with Duquesne IDs.
For the latest on the Red Masquers, the city's oldest amateur theater company, visit the Red Masquers Blog.
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