Terre Haute, Ind. (WTHI) - The Indiana State University Theater Department will be performing Andy Park's "The People's History".
"People's History" was devised and written by ISU alumni Andy Park, and finished with the aid of current ISU students, within a three week stay Park made to ISU.
Andy Park works with Quest Theater Ensemble based in Chicago, and is still selling out performances even before show time.
The play makes use of puppets to handle mature content, and adult themes and actions, but maintains a relatable message that audiences will be attracted to.
The play will be performed the few days at ISU's New Theater, as well as offer a few ISU students a unique opportunity to perform at a couple sold out performances.
The play runs March 21 – 24 at 7:30 p.m. each night.
The cost is $7 per non-ISU student
For more information about the play, times and tickets call (812) 237-3344, or visit www.indstate.edu/theater
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