Skagit Valley College Drama Department announces the Fall Quarter production

Skagit Valley College Drama Department announces the Fall Quarter production,
Death, The Final Irony
, written by Andy Friedlander, will be performed October 8 and 9 at 7:30 pm in the Phillip Tarro Theatre, which is located on Skagit Valley College’s Mount Vernon Campus.

Skagit Valley College Drama Department emeriti Andy Friedlander and former SVC student and drama teacher, Don Drummond, bring this absurd collection of scenes exploring death, dying and the afterlife for a limited engagement to benefit the SVC Drama Department Scholarship fund. Friedlander’s absurd, tragic, and funny (and, of course, ironic…) collection of short scenes and monologues feature zany character like: Sam Spade; three friends (a mummy, a vampire, and a zombie); an intelligent but suicidal teenager; and a man beginning his bucket list years too early.

All proceeds from this special event benefit the Skagit Valley College Drama Scholarship fund. Tickets are $10 general admission, free to SVC students. Additional donations accepted at the door.

Tickets are $10 general admission; free with SVC student ID. Tickets are available through the McIntyre Hall box office, 866.624.6897 ext. 2, or online, www.mcintyrehall.org.

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