Laughs Abound in Original Theatre Work Satan and the Hot Babes of Rydell High Oct. 28 - Nov. 1
KINGSVILLE - October 23, 2008
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Satan makes his move for world domination in the form of a high school principal in the Texas A&M University-Kingsville original melodrama Satan and the Hot Babes of Rydell High, performed from the stage of the university’s Little Theatre Tuesday-Thursday, Oct. 28-30 at 7:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1 at midnight.
In this horror parody, written by associate professor Dr. Patrick Faherty and directed by senior Heraclio Gonzalez Jr. of Zapata, Satan is carrying out his evils as the principal of fictional Rydell High School. Working at his side are his two lustful daughters, going to school among the students and tempting all in their path. It’s up to the students to resist the daughters’ wiles and foil the Devil’s plans to conquer the planet.
Due to strong language and sexual themes, the show is intended for mature audiences only.
Admission is $5 for this production, which raises funds for theatre students to attend educational conferences. Parking is available behind the theatre, located at 853 N. Armstrong.
The cast of Satan and the Hot Babes of Rydell High are as follows:
Joey Olivarez, a junior theatre/music major from Taft, plays Satan. Rick Saenz, a senior theatre major from Falfurrias, plays Coach Ino Calhoun. Buddy Trevino, a junior marketing major from Kingsville, plays Danny. Megan Saenz, a sophomore theatre major from Alice, plays Sandy.
Chad Wallace, a kinesiology major from Sweeny, plays Kenickie. William Martwick, a sophomore music major from Beeville, plays Rizzo. Cassandra Clarke, a junior theatre major from Three Rivers, plays Cha Cha. Lluvia Zavala, a sophomore biology major from Kingsville, plays Chi Chi. Lindsay Pierce, a freshman from Bishop, plays Frenchie.
Stephanie Wright, a senior theatre major from Kingsville, plays the Teen Angel. Melissa Scott, a A&M-Kingsville graduate from Flour Bluff, plays Patti Simcox.
Christina Garcia, a junior fine arts major from Zapata, serves as stage manager for the production.
For more information, call 361-593-3401.
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