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And What She Found There is a modern fairytale in a world gone bad

April 22, 2010

Second-year graduate students within the ASU Herberger Institute School of Theatre and Film present the final MainStage Season production.

See the year-long collaboration of various actors, designers, directors and playwrights come to fruition with a proudly built piece of fantasy theatre. And What She Found There is a unique theatrical experience, a fantastical journey that asks the audience to explore the concepts of hope, desire, power, corruption, community, and fate.

And What She Found There is the final production of the MainStage Season, and was created and produced by a group of second-year Master of Fine Arts graduate students within the School of Theatre and Film that call themselves Interrobang. An interrobang is a typographical mark that combines a question mark and an exclamation point. These emerging artists chose the interrobang as their title as they ask questions with great excitement about the nature of theatre and performance. And What She Found There is their collaborative offering, presented as part of the popular New Works Series.

The New Works Series is a highlight of ASU School of Theatre and Film’s MainStage Season, where master students, faculty and guest artists from across the nation premiere their projects. Workshops and staged readings give the audience an opportunity to experience a play in an early format.

Lyceum Theatre, 901. S. Forest Mall, ASU Tempe campus

April 29 – May 1 & 4, 7:30 p.m.


Public Contact
Herberger Institute box office, 480.965.6447
School of Theatre and Film, 480.965.5337 

The School of Theatre and Film in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University provides a comprehensive range of courses in performance and directing; design and production; new work development; theatre and performance studies; film; and theatre for youth. Its Theatre for Youth program is nationally ranked in the top three and the dramatic writing/playwriting program is ranked 15th among public institutions by U.S.News & World Report. To learn more about the School of Theatre and Film, visit

Media Contact:
Laurie A. Trotta Valenti 
ASU Herberger Institute 
School of Theatre and Film