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Senior Thesis Production
The Skriker

The Program in Theater presents The Skriker, a senior thesis production directed by Molly Silberberg, featuring Nushelle de Silva and Bethy Atkins on February 11-12 and 17-19.  All performances will be held at 8:00 p.m. in the Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio at the Lewis Center for the Arts at 185 Nassau Street.

Caryl Churchill, one of Britain’s foremost contemporary playwrights, has created a magical, malevolent, and mad world in her daring theatrical work The Skriker. Based in English folklore, The Skriker takes childhood stories and manipulates them, placing control within the hands of a frightening, shape-shifting creature on the lookout for love and revenge. The Skriker pursues two teenagers, Lily and Josie, bringing them into a world where the rules are made to be broken and where wishes are too good to be true. 

Nushelle de Silva '11, photo by M. Tersa SimaoNushelle de Silva '11, photo by M. Teresa Simao

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Event Information


February 11-12, 17-19


All performances at 8 PM


Marie and Edward Matthews '53 Acting Studio

Lewis Center for the Arts
at 185 Nassau Street
Princeton, New Jersey


Tickets: $10 Students/Seniors

$12 General Admission


For tickets please call University Ticketing at 609.258.9220.


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