One-act plays explore mundane to heroic

Conversations in the family, in the mind and among superheroes set the stage for the seventh annual presentation of one-act plays written and performed by students in WSU’s theater program.

STAGE One will run at 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, Oct. 5-8, at Wadleigh Theatre in Daggy Hall. Tickets cost $10, WSU students $5, seniors $7.50 and GPSA students and spouses free. Reservations can be made at 335-7236 or Covered parking in the Daggy garage costs $1. The production is rated R.

The plays are:
• “Super Hero Zero” — Three super heroes complaining about their abilities, life and fame.
• “Darryl’s” — A day in a small-town convenience store starts quietly, but as the day runs its course chaos ensues.
• “A Man Should be More than Clitoral Stimulation” — Arguments arise from three facets of a woman’s personality (the dreamer, the stoner and the serious side) after a one-night stand.
• “Lasagna Night” — Drama is served as a typical dinnertime unfolds through the eyes of four family members.

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