THE BARBARIANS ARE COMING
Winner of the Goshen Peace Prize!
Acclaimed from New York to Hollywood!
An Excellent tournament play!
Cast: 3 Male or Female
Set: Bare stage (simple set)
Two medieval Lords trying to decide what type of tea to drink are interrupted by a serf who is hysterical about barbarians laying siege to the castle.
As the Barbarians draw nearer, the serf grows more frenzied while the Lords converse on women and boulder heavers.
When the Barbarians arrive, will raw muscle rule over culture and etiquette?
Hysterical moments and hilarious revelations climax in a powerful statement on who the Barbarians are among us.
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SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY THEATRE PRESENTS
STUDIO THEATRE ONE:
STUDENT DIRECTED ONE ACT PLAYS
MARCH 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 -- 2009
THE LAST TIME I SAW TIMMY BOGGS
by Catherine Butterfield
Directed by Laura Goodwin
Marianne is on the phone to a suicide hotline when her sister bursts in with the news that childhood friend Timmy Boggs, whom they haven't heard from in twenty years, is coming to visit. The surprising effect that Timmy has on the other characters brings the play full circle.
THE FIFTEEN-MINUTE HAMLET by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Benjamin Stuart
Tom Stoppard has taken the most famous and best-loved lines from Shakespeare's play and condensed them into a hilarious thirteen-minute version, followed by an encore: a two-minute version.
THE BARBARIANS ARE COMING by Luigi Jannuzzi
Directed by Elizabeth Kent
Two feudal lords are debating the merits of various types of tea when they are interrupted by a serf hysterically babbling about a siege on their castle. The play explores the question of whether raw muscle will rule over culture and etiquette. Who are the barbarians among us?
Performed in the Studio Theatre, Lower McKinley Hall
For tickets call 206.281.2959 or visit www.spu.edu/boxoffice
Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. ▪ $6 General Admission
Children under 5 not admitted. Group rates available for 20 or more. No Refunds or Exchanges.
SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY THEATRE
2008-2009: OUR 48th SEASON