Theatre Presents “The Big Meal” April 17-20

The Theatre Department will present Dan LeFranc’s new play “The Big Meal” at 8 p.m. April 17-20 in the James G. Severns Theatre in the Ophelia Parrish building.

“The Big Meal” recently premiered at the American Theatre Company in Chicago and is described as an extraordinary story about an ordinary family. The show takes place across the span of 80 years over the course of a 90 minute play to explore five generations of a modern family with moments of drama and laughter.

This show is under the direction of Truman assistant professor of theatre, David Charles Goyette with student Jeff Denight serving as assistant director.

Presented in the round, this show will seat audience members in the balcony, the house and on the stage itself. “The Big Meal” will be the first show to be presented in this style in the James G. Severns Theatre. 

Admission is free for Truman State University Theatre’s Main Stage productions. Tickets are available now through the Ophelia Parrish box office.
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