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Darkly Comic And Quirky “Alabaster” From UTC Theatre Co.

Senior Maegan Whitlock and junior Calista Geralds star in the UTC Theatre Co. production of “Alabaster.”
Senior Maegan Whitlock and junior Calista Geralds star in the UTC Theatre Co. production of “Alabaster.”

Two women - one a folk artist, the other a photographer - are at the heart of the play “Alabaster” this week on our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

UTC Theatre Co.’s production of Audry Cefaly’s darkly comic tale with a quirky streak set in rural Alabama premieres Tuesday at 7:30 PM in the Dorothy Ward Hackett Theater in UTC’s Fine Arts Center.

Alex Miller-Long is assistant professor of lighting design and technical director for UTC Theatre Co. - and lighting designer and technical director for “Alabaster.”

Emma Hoffbauer is visiting assistant professor of scenic design - and scenic designer, paint and props for UTC Theatre Co. and “Alabaster.”

“Alabaster” banner.
UTC Theatre Co.

For more about “Alabaster,” visit utc.edu/theatre - or the Facebook page for UTC Theatre Co.

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