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Published: Monday, 4/1/2013

Owens students present 'Noises Off'

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Owens students rehearse a performance. Owens students rehearse a performance.
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Hysterical comedy will fill the Center for Fine and Performing Arts’ Mainstage Theatre as Owens Community College presents the student production of Noises Off, April 12-14 and 19-21.

Each day there will be 7:30 p.m. performances in the Perrysburg Township college’s Mainstage Theatre. In addition, there will be 3 p.m. performances on April 14 and 21.

Written by Michael Frayn, Noises Off tells the comedic story of backstage and onstage antics involving a group of theater performers attempting to present the production “Nothing On.” An number of theatrical blunders and funny personal adventures serve as the focal point to the chaotic production.

The cast is comprised of Owens students and community members and it is directed by Jeremy Meier. The stage management team consists of Diane Schroeder of Sylvania and Andrew Oberski of Toledo.

Owens students and community members involved in the production as cast members include John Toth of Toledo, Jamie Ramlawi of Perrysburg, Amber Johnson of Toledo, Kenneth Taylor of Toledo, William Toth of Toledo, Amber Breault-Albain of Toledo, James MacFarlane of Toledo, Emily Pheils of Rossford, and Matthew Johnston of Maumee.

Tickets are $12 for the general public and $8 for Owens students and employees. All seats are general admission.

To purchase tickets, visit www.owens.edu/arts or contact the college’s Box Office.

For information, call the Center for Fine and Performing Arts at 567-661-2787 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 2787.



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