Kellogg Community College theater students will present more than a dozen theatrical scenes and a handful of short films as part of the college’s first-ever spring semester Mich Mash beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 10, at the Binda Theatre, 450 North Ave. in Battle Creek.
Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
The event is the second of what is planned to be a semiannual showcase highlighting the work done by students in KCC theater classes each semester (the first Mich Mash was held last fall).
Brad Poer, a KCC instructor and director of the college’s theater productions, said the evening will include nearly three dozen students performing 10 to 15 scenes live and presenting two or three short films.
“This semester we are featuring a new, original zombie satire, a send-up of ‘No Country for Old Men,’ fresh new improv, and several scenes from our Acting I students,” Poer said. “You never know what’s around the corner!”
Most of the featured pieces are a few minutes long, Poer said, giving the event a likely runtime of around 90 minutes. All ages are welcome, but Poer said the content of the evening likely would be rated PG-13.
For more information, contact director Brad Poer at email@example.com.
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