ISU Theatre’s student directed production
by Kit Williamson
A young boy, Gin Pallas, becomes fixated on the idea of entering into a pederastic relationship with his fourth grade teacher after reading “The Symposium” by Plato. More than a bit of a prodigy, Gin writes a book report that inspires Marshall, who is unsatisfied to be teaching grade-schoolers with his masters degree, to begin meeting with him after school to discuss the book. The platonic bond that they form ultimately has a profound effect on Marshall’s relationship with his wife, Vivica, and Gin’s relationship with his brother Jack, and his sister, Amy.
April 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 p.m.; April 28 at 2 p.m.
2140 Pearson Hall – Ames
Adults $6, students $4. Tickets available at the door only.
Director – Austin Kopsa
Stage Manager – Liz Rankin
Assistant Stage Manager – Christina Holaday
Public Relations – Danielle Levings
Lighting Design – Zachary Eskrich
Scenic Design – Kiah Kayser
Costume Design – Katelyn Hall
Technical Director – André Johnson, Jr.
Read about it in the Iowa State Daily!