Suspense, tension, twists and turns, and even a little fright is what you will feel in the colleges next play entitled, Extremities.
Extremities, is written by William Mastrosimone, and will be directed by Thom Bovino. Without giving too much of the plot away, the main idea of the story is a young woman is attacked in her home by a mysterious man. She is able to fight her attacker off, and actually capture him in the fight but is that really the entire story? Or is it just the beginning? It is warned that this play is made for mature audiences only so if you have children you might want to keep them home for this one.
This feature will take place at theatre 119 at the Ammerman Campus with multiple dates, October 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, and 20 will be at 8 p.m. and October 14 and 21 will be at 2 p.m. General admission tickets are $12.00, however if you are a student of the college and show up with your I.D. you will not have to pay the fee and will be given a free ticket. As for the college faculty, staff, alumni members and any non-student the fee for a ticket is $11.00.
This program will be performed by the colleges students in the Theatre Training Program, so come on down and show them and your college some support. For any information call 631-451-4163, if you are interested in purchasing a ticket, or if you are a student that wishes to get your free ticket visit the colleges website and search: Extremities, then click the tab you wish to get your ticket to this wonderful feature. Do not miss out!