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Upcoming shows at HPU

by Mark Smith, Web and Opinion Editor
   

HPU’s theater program recently released its schedule for the 2003-2004 school year.

In the fall, HPU will present All My Sons, a play by Arthur Miller. Written in 1947, it received the Drama Critics Award for the best new American play of the season. The play is set in World War II and tells the story of a young soldier who returns home from the war to discover that his family’s munitions company has been sending defective products to the military. The soldier confronts his father over morality and social responsibility

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All My Sons will be the second play by Arthur Miller to hit the HPU stage in two years. Last fall’s production, Death of a Salesman received three Po’okela Award nominations including one for Overall Play.

 

In March, HPU Theater will present Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, a musical by Eric Blau, Mort Shuman, and Jacques Brel. This presentation features the music of Belgian songwriter Jacques Brel and tells the stories of people who are unwilling to abandon the joys of living, as well as the hope that makes life worthwhile, despite their experiences. Brel’s legendary romance, humor, and moral conviction make for an emotional and powerful night of theater.

 

For information on tickets and auditions, call 375-1282.

 

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