“On the Razzle” on stage at Georgia Southern
Georgia Southern University’s Theatre and Performance program concludes the spring semester with the comedic farce “On the Razzle” by Tom Stoppard from April 10-13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 847 Plant Drive.
“On the Razzle” tells the story of two clerks who want to experience adventure in the Big City while they still can. The only thing wrong with their plan is the clerks keep winding up in the same locations as their boss! Audiences will laugh out loud as the characters engage in several shenanigans, have problems with mistaken identities and go through the always-complicated issue of romance. “On the Razzle” is a must-see for anyone who enjoys a good laugh and a great night at the theater.
The play features University favorites Eric Carter, Patrick Galleta, Amanda Sterling, Karen Aquire and many others. Student tickets are $5, and tickets for faculty, staff and general admission are $10. Contact the Performing Arts Center’s box office at (912) 478-7999 for ticket information.
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