"Private Eyes" performance tonight in Black Box Theatre
Penn State Hazleton’s Theatre Department will host a performance of Steven Dietz’s award-winning play "Private Eyes" by the Bracken Theatre Company of Wilkes-Barre on Tues., Nov. 29 and Wed., Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre of the Slusser/Bayzick Building at the campus. The public is invited to attend, and admission is $10.
Under the direction of Joe DeMuro, "Private Eyes" will deliver an unforgettable performance with an ensemble cast starring Joe DeMuro, Eric Lutz, Jon Maier, Alicia Nordstrom, and Kimmie Wrazien.
The play focuses on Matthew and Lisa, married actors involved in a play about deception with famed director Adrian Poynter. Their lives are turned upside down when Lisa becomes the object of Adrian's next love conquest. Matthew’s suspicions of Lisa's infidelity, coupled with his fear of the truth, drive him to the brink of insanity. Matthew’s memories of past and present collide with reality and fantasy as he tries to find the truth within his mind with the help of his therapist. Audiences will be taken on a wild ride of twists and turns that result in a surprise ending.
The Bracken Theatre Company is a community centered, volunteer supported theater company founded in 1996. They are committed to producing works that are professional in quality, but non-profit in organization.
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