Starting Wednesday, Jan. 28, tickets for the winter quarter production of “Private Lives,” a Noel Coward play to be performed at Louisiana Tech, will go on sale.
Directed by Paul B. Crook, an assistant professor of theater, “Private Lives” is a classic comedy of bad manners, dry humor and quicksilver sparing and will be performed Feb. 4-7 and from Feb. 11-14. All performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Stone Theatre, located in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts.
The cast of Private Lives includes Laura M. Beeman-Nugent of Bossier City as Amanda Prynne; Matthew Bass of St. Louis, Mo., as Elyot Chase; Joscelyne Oktabetz of Baton Rouge as Sybil Chase; Ryan Gentry of Rowlett, Texas, as Victor Prynne, and Jessica Nash of El Dorado, Ark., as Louise.
Tickets for the play are $10 for adults, $6 for children and seniors, and $5 for students with a valid Tech ID and can be purchased at the Box Office, located in Howard Auditorium, from 1:30-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Reservations can be made after Jan. 28 by calling (318) 257-3842. Persons needing special seating accommodations should contact the box office at least 48 hours in advance.
Written by Judith Roberts