Shepherd University’s Department of Contemporary Art & Theater presents Wondrous Strange. Doused in bourbon and full ghost stories, this play by Martyna Majok, Meg Miroshnik, Jiehae Park, and Jen Silverman, uses Kentucky folklore as a springboard for a wide-ranging, unexpectedly funny exploration of the paranormal.
Wondrous Strange will be performed November 2 and 8-10 at 7:30pm and November 3 at 2pm at Shepherd University’s Marinoff Theater. The November 3 performance will be followed by a talk-back. Tickets for the show will be available at the door one hour before each performance. Tickets can be purchases with cash or check and are $10 for the general public; $5 for non-Shepherd University students and Shepherd faculty/staff; and free for Shepherd University students. Admission for Shepherd students is sponsored by the Student Government Association. Complimentary tickets are provided to prospective Shepherd University students.
Wondrous Strange is directed by guest artist Gabrielle Tokach, with scenic design by Chase Molden, lighting design by Trent Kugler, costume design by Peggy McKowen, and sound design by Kenneth May.
The cast of Wondrous Strange is comprised of Shepherd University students and faculty members and community members. The ensemble includes: Nylah Bannister, Meredith Blady, Debra Giuliano, Isaiah Hall, Mikayla Hamrick, Electra Judson, Kymi Manjarrez, Kenneth May, Danica Rodrigues, Homer Speaker, Brad Toole, and Tatiana Williams.
Wondrous Strange by Martyna Majok, Meg Miroshnik, Jiehae Park, and Jen Silverman, is presented as a part of Shepherd University’s Contemporary Theater Studies major, within the Department of Contemporary Art & Theater.