What: Dancing Towards Change When: 7:3o p.m. April 27-30 Where: University Theatre Cost: Students, $12 General public, $15 Faculty and staff, $14 Senior citizens, $13
Students present the work of their peers in “Friends in High Places,” this year’s selected work for the Department of Theatre and Dance’s New Play Initiative, which focuses on the struggle of transitioning from high school to college.
In a show whose cast combines freshmen with faculty, “Hairspray” tackles issues from 1962 that promise to resonate with audience members today.
“The Normal Heart," a theatre collaboration between Ball State's Department of Theatre and Dance and the Muncie Civic theatre will run March 31 and April 1, 2, 8 and 9 at 8 p.m. at the Muncie Civic theatre.
With four individuals portraying over 100 characters, “Nobody Panic (But the Emergency Exit is Locked): A Sketch Show” tackles what the show’s playbill calls “the weird, wonderful hell that is young adulthood.”