Student Theatre Productions Planned

Contact: Ralph Derickson

Photo of theatre students Corey Bryan, Andrew Jessop, Keith McCormick and Michael Sheron working on performances for the Downtown Arts Center COWS Festival.
From left - theatre students Corey Bryan, Andrew Jessop, Keith McCormick and Michael Sheron work on performances for the Downtown Arts Center COWS Festival.

""

The productions and their authors are:
- “I'll Chew You A Band-Aid,” by Corey Matthew Bryan, senior from Frankfort;
- “A Noise in the Room,” by Lauren Elizabeth Argo, senior from Cynthiana;
- “Secret Sex,” by Steven Anthony Guynn, sophomore from Lexington;
- “Monopoloy,” by Templeton Moss, sophomore from Taylorsville, and
- ”Richard at Play,” by graduate students Michael Sheron and Keith McCormick, both from Lexington.

""

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 23, 2004) -- Five productions written by students will be performed by students in the University of Kentucky Department of Theatre in the College of Fine Arts during two evenings of performances in Lexington’s Downtown Arts Center on Main Street April 29-30.

The productions are free and open to the public and begin at 8 p.m. daily, said Andrew Jessop, a sophomore theatre student from Louisville. Jessop is president of the Association for Concerned Theatre Students (ACTS), the sponsoring organization for the performances.

Jessop said the performances give the students a chance to produce their own works in a more public environment. He added that a grant from the Keeneland Association has helped make the event possible.

The productions and their authors are:

  • “I'll Chew You A Band-Aid,” by Corey Matthew Bryan, a senior from Frankfort;
  • “A Noise in the Room,” by Lauren Elizabeth Argo, a senior from Cynthiana;
  • “Secret Sex,” by Steven Anthony Guynn, a sophomore from Lexington;
  • “Monopoloy,” by Templeton Moss, a sophomore from Taylorsville, and
  • ”Richard at Play,” by Michael Sheron from Lexington and Keith McCormick from Lexington, both graduate students.

Back to Campus News Homepage