Event Title

The Twilight's Moon: A Staged Reading in Three Acts

Faculty Mentor

Annie-Laurie Wheat

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Music Theatre & Dance

Honors Thesis Committee

Annie-Laurie Wheat, M.F.A.; Dustin M. Hoffman, Ph.D.; Kelly Richardson, Ph.D.

Location

DiGiorgio Campus Center, Room 220

Start Date

22-4-2016 12:55 PM

End Date

22-4-2016 1:10 PM

Description

In The Twilight’s Moon, everyone has secrets. Between the two married couples and their interconnected relationships to one another, the audience will delve within the imaginative, realistic world of adultery, feeling the backlash it can create on a marriage. The implication of homosexuality brought to light reflects upon the variety of reactions one may take in regards to the concept. This play has endured five vigorous revisions, informal presentations, and a formal presentation of two performances to an impartial audience and the actors involved. From a two act to a three act play, characters changing along with their motives, this play has grown into the form that it is currently, one that explores the nature of relationship within a marriage and the risks one takes to keep it…and betray it.

Previously Presented/Performed?

Staged reading, Blackbox theatre, Winthrop University, 2016

Course Assignment

HONR 451H and 450H

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Apr 22nd, 12:55 PM Apr 22nd, 1:10 PM

The Twilight's Moon: A Staged Reading in Three Acts

DiGiorgio Campus Center, Room 220

In The Twilight’s Moon, everyone has secrets. Between the two married couples and their interconnected relationships to one another, the audience will delve within the imaginative, realistic world of adultery, feeling the backlash it can create on a marriage. The implication of homosexuality brought to light reflects upon the variety of reactions one may take in regards to the concept. This play has endured five vigorous revisions, informal presentations, and a formal presentation of two performances to an impartial audience and the actors involved. From a two act to a three act play, characters changing along with their motives, this play has grown into the form that it is currently, one that explores the nature of relationship within a marriage and the risks one takes to keep it…and betray it.