Harlequin Productions of Cayuga Community College is pleased to announce its Spring 2013 production of Love in the Insecurity Zone by Mike Folie. Performances of this comic look at a future America are Thursday through Friday, March 14-16 and March 21-23 all at 8 p.m. in the College’s Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre, 197 Franklin St. Auburn. General admission is $5, and students with I.D. get the special price of $1.
The LA Times says of the show: "Mike Folie's new futuristic comedy Love in the Insecurity Zone is one of the more cheerful apocalyptic scenarios to come along in quite some time." In a future United States characterized by Security Zones, personal bar code tattoos, and armed commuters, Gayle finds life either boring or terrifying. Her mood is improved by a sudden romance with Hank, a secretive government agent on a mission to find very happy women. When Hank meets Gayle’s sister, the perennially happy Pearl, he spirits both women off to Washington, D.C., where they become entangled in a rebellion and a sinister government plot to bottle happiness!
Love in the Insecurity Zone features an all-student cast backed by an award-winning production crew. The cast includes: Harlequin Veterans, Kat Jordan, Josh Stedge, LaRae Brooks, Matthew Limerick, Mandi Bauso, and Ian Moore, ably accompanied by newcomers Becky White and Zachariah Phillips. The artistic staff includes: Rob Andrusko, sets; Brad McLean, lights; Mark Romig, video; Jed Daniels, sound; and Matthew Ryan Limerick, costumes. Long time Harlequin advisor Bob Frame again takes the director’s chair.
Please note mature language is used in the play.
For further information, contact Bob Frame at 315-294-8640 or firstname.lastname@example.org.