Post-college men fumble with relationships, maturity in theatre production Boy's Life Nov. 15-16, 19
KINGSVILLE - November 06, 2006
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(L-R): Rick Saenz, James Taylor Maupin IV, Heraclio Gonzalez Jr.,
Leah Lizzett Luna
KINGSVILLE (November 6, 2006) — The misadventures of three former college buddies in the big city make up Boys’ Life by Howard Korder, the next theatre production at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Show times for the production are Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 15-16, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 19, at 2:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre. Tickets are $3.
The three protagonists of Boys’ Life go through the production pursuing women and acting badly when they have them in their life. Their female acquaintances, meanwhile, show the maturity and direction the men seem so unable to acquire.
The cast of Boys’ Life is made up of:
James Taylor Maupin IV, a Falfurrias sophomore majoring in theatre arts with teacher certification, plays Don; Rick Saenz, a theatre arts sophomore from Falfurrias, plays Phil; Heraclio Gonzalez Jr., a Kingsville sophomore majoring in theatre arts and radio-television, plays Jack; Cassandra Clarke, a freshman communication sciences and disorders major from Three Rivers, plays Karen; Daniel J. Hernandez, theatre arts freshman from Driscoll, plays the Man; Maggie is played by Linda (Lyn) Sanchez, a theatre arts senior from Kingsville; the part of Lisa is played by Leah Lizzett Luna, a freshman theatre arts major from Del Rio; the Girl is played by Jinnelle Aguilar-Henley, a theatre arts senior from Sandia; and Rebecca Staggs, a freshman theatre arts with teacher certification major from Goliad, plays Carla.
O’Ryan Paige White, a Kingsville senior majoring in theatre arts and mathematics with teacher certification, serves as the production’s director. Jannah Morales, a Kingsville junior majoring in theatre arts and history with teacher certification, is the stage manager.
Christina Garcia, a theatre arts sophomore from Zapata, serves as lighting operator. Joey Olivarez, a Taft freshman majoring in theatre arts, is sound operator. Felicia Morin, a Kingsville theatre arts junior, is properties mistress.
More information is available at 361-593-3401.
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