||Stop Kiss all-student production at Governors State
From a news release
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Stop Kiss, by Diana Son, will be presented as an all-student production on April 11, 12, and 13. The one-act play will be presented at 8 p.m., on Wednesday and Thursday; and 7 p.m., on Friday. All performances are taking place free of charge in Engbretson Hall.
Lauren White, the director of Stop Kiss, said the multimedia play, set in modern-day New York City, tells the comedic, dramatic story about "how love and hate can change lives in an instant."
"This is the first fully-student produced live theater event at GSU in over a quarter of a century," White said. "It is an honor to bring this production to our university."
Stop Kiss cast members include Shawnta Young, Niki Kimmel, Joe Butler, Chris Zurales, Dabney Buchanan, Adriene Farmer, and Carla S. Roberson. Other production personnel include filming by Matt Sass and White; film editing by Sass; and publicity and house management by Keyana Marshall.
Stop Kiss contains adult themes and explicit language.
Stop Kiss is made possible by an Intellectual Life Committee Grant.
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