Wednesday, November 30, 2005

"Help? Is this what you call helping? Leading a bunch of kids and who knows how many countless others to their deaths is helping?"

"Our brother died for what he believed in!"

"Thousands lie dead here today, because of him. You are going to continue this madness? Getting revenge changes nothing!"

"But it is not revenge. It is justice!"

IMMORTAL STEEL: Fable, Fantasy, Fights (Lots of Fights) is primarily a physical theatre show, but as these lines from the student-written script suggest, it doesn't duck the issues raised by attempts to solve problems with violence.

Neither does it take sides---that's up to the audience.

IMMORTAL STEEL begins Thursday December 1 at the Gist Hall Theatre. It runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 8 for two weekends, December 1-3 and 8-10.

Tickets are $8, $5 for seniors and children. HSU students are admitted free.

IMMORTAL STEEL is directed by Jyl Hewston, and is a production of the HSU Department of Theatre, Film and Dance.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clayton!!!! You rocked my socks off baby

8:42 PM  

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