Contact: Wendel Sloan at 505.562.2253
PORTALES—The 2004 Diversity Festival will be presented at 8 p.m. on March 14–17 in the University Theatre Center at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales.
The Festival gives ENMU students opportunities to write, act, direct, design and create all aspects of eight unique plays. Sponsored by the Department of Theatre and Dance, the Festival will last about two hours each evening. Admission is $3 per evening.
The schedule is as follows:
March 14 and 16— "Artificial Jungle" by Charles Ludlam, directed by RonaldHensley of Sundown, Texas; "Werewolf" by Jennae Pinnell of Albuquerque, directed by Amanda Czuprinski of Tucumcari; and "It's Love" by Jennae Pinnell, directed by Amanda Czuprinski.
March 15 and 17— "Gnome Game" by Jennae Pinnell, directed by Amanda Czuprinski; "Dirt and Gasoline" by Joshua Aguirre of Littlefield, Texas, directed by William Curry of Albuquerque; "The Sewing" by Charlie Nielsen,directed by Christi Bradshaw of Hobbs; "Giving Up" by Monica Macias of Las Cruces, directed by William Curry; "Strings" by Lily, directed by ChristiBradshaw.
For more information, call 505.562.2711.