by Paul Goraczko
Montgomery County Community College’s Drama Club will hold a one-night performance of “The Panorama Project: A Night of Student and Faculty Written Works” on Friday, May 13 at 8 p.m. in the Black Box Theater, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell.
Tickets cost $5, and all proceeds benefit the Variety Club, located in Worcester, Montgomery County. For information and tickets, email email@example.com.
According to Drama Club senator Kathleen Verbo, “the purpose of The Panorama Project is to showcase the talents of the College’s writers, actors, and directors.”
The performance will be composed of nine different works. Student contributions include “Maggie” by Billie Bakhshi, “Loser Island” by Kathleen Verbo, “A Conscience Effort” by Jessica Tanksley, “What Time Is It?” by Jonathan Cramer, and “How to Sit in a Chair” by Evan A. Schafer.
Faculty contributions include “Hot Lead” by JJ Camp, “Banking on Salvation” by P.C. Scheponik, “The Most Natural Thing in the World!” an excerpt from Justin DeForest’s play Transman Crossing, and “Bumbershoot,” an excerpt from Seth Bauer’s The Umbrella Play.
Please note that the performance contains adult themes and language.
Paul Goraczko will graduate in May 2011 with an associate’s degree in Liberal Studies.