Monday, November 2, 2009

This included building a set in the Studio Theatre: the office of a professor of theology, who has a secret past. He is confronted there by a young woman journalist, and is compelled to tell his story. That story, which goes back some twenty years, reveals him to be that mentally ill young man in the first version. The new version includes a twist, which casts a surprising light on what’s gone before.

Students helped build the set, which had movable walls so that director Scheerer could shoot from any angle. Students were also among the crew when the scenes were shot in January, between the first and second semesters of the HSU school year.

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