"Prose & Cons," an original1950's-style radio play written by Ryan Cassavaugh of Bozeman, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 10-12 in the Black Box Theater at Montana State University. The performances are free and open to the public.
Offered as part of MSU's "Year of Engaged Leadership," the play is a comedy take on the Year's October topic of "empathy." features Stephanie Campbell and Cara Wilder, faculty in the MSU School of Film and Photography, MSU student Gabrielle Herron and Cassavaugh.
Cassavaugh is a playwright-actor best known for creating a popular summer series of live radio plays at Bozeman's Verge Theater. He brings sound effects cohorts Marya Cline and Wren Goodman from Verge to enhance the production.
Presented by the MSU College of Arts and Architecture as a collaboration of the Schools of Film and Photography and Music, "Prose & Cons" features additional sound effects, music and engineering by School of Music and Music Tech students Jordan Arnold, Dave Robins, Jori Apedaile and Chad Basaites.
While the hour-long production is free, seating is limited and is available on a first come-first seated basis.
For more information, call 580-0374. The Black Box Theater is located in the MSU Visual Communications Building located on the corner of 11th and Grant.
Cara Wilder (406) 994-5883, firstname.lastname@example.org