UW-S University Theatre to present ‘BASH’

“Pushing boundaries – even for us” is how Thomas Campbell, theatre professor at UWSheboygan, explains the fall production, BASH.

A drama made up of three short plays, BASH is told from the first person, directly to the audience. “Each show is a fascinating and frightening look into the minds of people who have each committed a violent, horrific crime,” Campbell explains. Four performances of BASH will be presented Nov. 15-18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts building at the UW-Sheboygan campus, located at One University Drive in Sheboygan.

“These stories terrify me and challenge me in ways that no other show has done since coming to UW-Sheboygan,” Campbell, who teaches theatre and communication classes at the campus, explains. “All of our shows this season rely heavily on first-person narrative and monologues to explore perspectives and tell stories. The first story, Iphigenia in Orem, is a one-man show featuring Anthony Liguori (a professor of psychology at Lakeland University) and a modern retelling of the Agamemnon myth. In the second, A Gaggle of Saints, a young couple, Ryan Halverson of Sheboygan Falls (currently enrolled in collaborative education program with UWOshkosh) and Leah Bischoff of Saukville (a UW-Sheboygan alumna) offer their own versions of a dark night presented in overlapping monologues. The final story, Medea Redux, is a one-woman story, featuring Grace Pribbernow (a UW-Sheboygan alumna) and a modern retelling of the Medea myth.


RYAN HALVERSON AND Leah Bischoff (left) are shown in a scene from “A Gaggle of Saints” and Grace Pribbernow (right) is shown in a scene from “Medea Redux,” part of the UW-S University Theatre production of “BASH” to be performed next week. — Submitted photo RYAN HALVERSON AND Leah Bischoff (left) are shown in a scene from “A Gaggle of Saints” and Grace Pribbernow (right) is shown in a scene from “Medea Redux,” part of the UW-S University Theatre production of “BASH” to be performed next week. — Submitted photo “The performances are incredible” according to Campbell and he encourages the community to attend. Tickets are available at the door (one hour prior to show) and online at http://sheboygan.uwc.edu/ campus/arts/theatre. Suggested for mature audiences, general admission tickets are $10 adults and $5 for seniors and non-UW Sheboygan students. UW-Sheboygan students are free (with student ID). Free parking is available. For more information, visit www.sheboygan.uwc.edu or phone 920-459-6677.


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