By Melinda Beck
Agatha is running for Student Council, the cheer squad, quick recall and the lead role in the school play. But apparently there's a lot of competition to be considered for co-assistant treasurer, towel holder, tally taker and chorus member #4. As Agatha deals with her speech impediment and self-esteem, she finds an unlikely friend in a Mexican exchange student, rekindles her flame for Simon the Bruster's Burgers burger boy, and somehow finds the strength to get through high school.
Nov 16 4:00 pm | Nov 19 9:30 pm | Nov 23 4:00 pm
Written by Harold Pinter
Directed by Ben Park
Set in some prison in some country, Mountain Language tells the story of the Mountain People. Their language has been taken from them and their men have been imprisoned. The women meet outside this prison in protest, only to be sucked in to the true horror of this prison: that within these walls and behind a bland set of rules, their humanity has been stripped and they have been alienated in their own land.
Nov 15 3:00 pm | Nov 16 9:00 pm | Nov 20 9:00 pm | Nov 21 11:00 pm
Slant Culture Theatre Festival
1123 Payne Street