Cornell Theatre: “Why Torture is Wrong, and People Who Love Them”

Cornell Theatre: “Why Torture is Wrong, and People Who Love Them”

The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance invites audiences to “Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them” by Christopher Durang.  Directed by Janeve West, this production offers a comic critique on violence and untested political paranoia, and promises to be as absurdly hilarious as it is timely.  Each night before the show and at intermission, audiences are invited to enjoy the lobby display and cash bar. 

Performances:

  • Thursday, December 15:  7:30PM
  • Friday, December 16:  7:30PM
  • Saturday, December 17:  7:30PM
  • Sunday, December 18:  2:00PM

Ticket Pricing:

  • Adults: $10
  • Seniors/Students/Youth: $7
  • Cornell College faculty, staff and students: Free
  • Groups of 10 or more receive a 10% discount.

Tickets can be reserved by calling (319) 895-4293 or emailing [email protected]. This production is intended for mature audiences and seating is limited.

Plumb-Fleming Studio Theatre is accessible through the front or rear doors of Youngker. Visitor parking is available in the lot behind and to the south of the theatres.


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Date

Dec 15 2016
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Time

7:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Cost

0-10

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Location

Cornell College Armstrong Hall's Plumb-Fleming Studio Theatre - Mount Vernon, Iowa
600 First Street SW

Organizer

Cathy Schonhorst
Phone
(319) 895-4228
Email
[email protected]