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Crew Prepares for SWOSU Play

Crew Prepares for SWOSU Play
Many behind-the-scenes efforts are put together by the play crew, which includes: (front from left)— Becky Curtis, Hutchison KS, stage manager; Rachel Giacometti, Weatherford, costume crew; and Ashleigh Edwards, Oklahoma City, makeup designer. Middle row from left—Amanda Tyson, Yukon, costume crew; Alex Corder, Baytown TX, Women 2, sound designer and graphic designer; and Tiffany Tuggle, Hollis, props crew. Back row from left—Antonio Lester, Enid, crew; Julie Barnett, Sentinel, costume designer; Sam Jennings, Oklahoma City, lighting; Eddie Gonzales, Woodward, lighting designer; Misha Prichard, Weatherford, sound board operator; Randi Wallace, Hobart, Hattie and props designer; Shanna Clark, Marlow, crew; Lauren Helmke, Nashoba, lighting; and Traci Hanes, Geary, Dramaturg.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s theatre season begins this week with Deborah Brevort’s The Women of Lockerbie. Many behind-the-scenes efforts are put together by the play crew, which includes: Becky Curtis, Rachel Giacometti, Ashleigh Edwards, Amanda Tyson, Alex Corder, Tiffany Tuggle, Antonio Lester, Julie Barnett, Sam Jennings, Eddie Gonzales, Misha Prichard, Randi Wallace, Shanna Clark, Lauren Helmke, and Traci Hanes.

The play is Thursday through Saturday, October 6-8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Old Science Building Auditorium. Tickets are $3 for adults, $1.50 for non-SWOSU students, and free for those holding an SWOSU I.D. The play focuses on the aftermath of the horrific December 21, 1988 event when the American airliner, Pan Am Flight 103, was exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, by a terrorist bomb. All 259 people on board the flight and 11 on the ground were killed. For more information about the play, call 580.774.3240.