By Ian Hanigan
The University High School Theatre Arts Department will present “Stardust,” a comedy written by Walter Kerr, Nov. 19 through Nov. 22 in the big theater. All shows are scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Set in 1946, “Stardust” is considered a spoof of method acting and the Actor’s Studio, following students at the Dramatic and Allied Arts as they wait for the arrival of a well-known Broadway actress who’s set to guest star in their summer repertory production.
Uni drama teacher Ranae Bettger tells us more than 50 Uni students in the cast and crew are currently working to bring the show to the stage.
Tickets are $20 for orchestra seats, $13 for general admission, $10 for Uni students with ASB cards and $7 for senior citizens and children.
You can secure your seats now at www.seatyourself.biz/iusd or by visiting the little theater — also known as Room 223 — weekdays during snack and lunchtime. Guests may also purchase tickets from the box office on the night of each show.
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