Delaware State University’s Theatre Program will present dramatic student production of Fabulation: The Re-Education of Undine during two 7:30 p.m. performances on Feb. 9-10 in the Education & Humanities Theatre on campus.
Erin Chance as Dr. Khadir and Amber Rainer as Grandma.
Both performances are free and open to the public.
(L-r) Tony Arce, Tiffany Trawick, Justin Allman, and Francis Washington, portray Undine and the men in her life.
Self-Made entrepreneur and socialite Undine Barnes Calles (portrayed by Tiffany Trawick) is too busy building her public relations empire to notice that her husband, Herve’ (Anthony Arce), has absconded with all her money and left her pregnant. "Fabulation is comeuppance tale with comic twist," said the production’s director Dr. Shirlyn Brown.
Winner of a 2005 Obie Award for best new play, Fabulation: The Re-Education of Undine by Lynn Nottage is presented by the DSU Theatre Program through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. In addition to Ms. Trawick, the production features DSU student-actors, Francis Washington, III, Candice Victory, Dorian McDonald, Christine Taylor, Amber Rainer, Erin Chance, and TyQuan Hollman. Technical support is from the Theatre Society, a student drama organization, and costume design by Aeboni Ebron, a senior textile and apparel major.
Fabulation is the first of two productions the Theatre Department will produce in spring 2012. The second, I'm Not Rappaport, written by Herb Gardner, will be staged on a date to be announced in March.
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