Shown at left are Cristopher
Dyson and Glenda Braganza, two of the actors performing in the current
Concordia Theatre student production, Faith, Hope and Charity.
Written by the Austrian playwright Ödön von Horváth,
the play is a hard-hitting social satire in which a range of characters
try to rise above their circumstances in a crisis-ridden economy. The
production got a strong endorsement last weekend by the Gazette theatre
critic, Pat Donnelly.
The production is directed by Joel Miller. Remaining performances, in
the downtown D.B. Clarke Theatre, are tonight, tomorrow and Saturday evening
at 8, and Sunday at 2 p.m.
For information and reservations, please call 848-4742.