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BC Pinion Players to Present 'Across the Pond'

The Pinion Players, the student-run theater group at Bridgewater College, will present “Across the Pond” April 10 – 13 in Cole Hall at Bridgewater College.

Performances are at 8 p.m. April 10-12 and at 3 p.m. on April 13. A talk-back and reception will follow the performance on Friday, April 11. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for seniors and non-BC students and are available 30 minutes before the performance at the box office. For more information, call 540-828-5631.

“Across the Pond” was written by Nicholas Davies, a senior English major with a minor in theater from Waynesboro, Va., as his honors project.

The play is directed by James E. Custer, a junior English major with a minor in theater, from Dayton, Va.

“Across the Pond” is a comedic odyssey designed as a celebration of the artistic talents of Bridgewater College’s student body, incorporating theater, dance, music and improvisation.

Cast members include:

Christopher Potvin, a junior physics and mathematics major, from Snow Hill, Md.;

James A. Murtha Jr., a senior physics and mathematics major with a minor in theater, from Forest, Va.;

Everly Rinard, a freshman history major with a minor in English, from Winchester, Va.;

Garrett Schwalbach, a senior English major, from Penn Laird, Va.; and

Jessica Snellings, a senior English major with a minor in theater, from Stanley, Va.

Elainna K. Mills, a junior psychology major with a minor in theater, from Colorado Springs, Colo., is serving as stage manager.

Sarah Kathryn Burchfield, a junior communication studies major, from Bridgewater, Va., and Chris Conte, a senior history major, from Wytheville, Va., are in charge of costume design.

Posted 3/27/14

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