Children's Production This Weekend at SWOSU


The Girl Who Fell Through a Hole in Her Sweater is being staged this Thursday through Saturday, February 15-17, at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.

The Girl who fell through a hole in a her sweater
Amanda Tyson, Yukon; and Sarajane Bidwell, Norman, are cast members in the SWOSU
production of The Girl Who Fell Through a Hole in Her Sweater.

The children’s theatrical production is being sponsored by the SWOSU Department of Communication and Theatre and its student theatre organization, Alpha Psi Omega.

Heather King, a senior theatre student from Kingfisher is directing the play.

“This 45-minute adventure is sure to please all audiences,” King said. “It is the witty adventure of a young girl called Noil who finds herself in a strange new place after she somehow falls through a hole in her sweater.”

Noil suddenly realizes that she is in a strange and curious land when she meets Crumbs-In-Pocket. He quickly tells her that if she wishes to return to her own existence, she must accomplish three and a half magical tasks. Noil is clever and resourceful and, with some assistance from Crumbs-In-Pocket and a talking roach, she is well on her way to overcoming the other very bizarre characters.

Sophomore theatre student Rachel Giacometti of Weatherford is the scenic designer for the production. Other student designers include Burns Flat junior Jess Moore as sound designer; Sentinel senior Julie Barnett as graphics designer; Weatherford sophomore Cierra Musick as makeup designer; Yukon junior Amanda Tyson as costume designer; Hollis sophomore Tiffany Tuggle as props designer; and Woodward senior Eddie Gonzales as technical director and lighting designer. The production is being stage managed by Hobart junior Randi Wallace.

The play is at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the Old Science Building Auditorium. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for non-SWOSU students and free for individuals with an SWOSU I. D. card. Additional information is available by calling 580.774.3240.