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Student Production brings back the smash hit, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told


February 26, 2003

WHAT: By popular demand, ASU Student Production is bringing back The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, after its sell-out run last fall! The smash hit is written by comedian and popular writer Paul Rudnik and directed by ASU student Justin Dero.

This hilarious play follows the journey of the first people ever created... not Adam and Eve, but Adam and Steve. This fabulous pair quickly becomes a fabulous foursome when their lesbian counterparts, Jane and Mabel, join them. Together they trek from the Garden of Eden to Egypt to Greenwich Village to answer the age-old question: Does God exist? 

Student Production is a student-driven organization within the Herberger College of Fine Arts Department of Theatre. It is committed to providing opportunity, resources, and support to ASU students who are ready for the challenge of bringing their artistic vision to life.

WHEN: April 16-19, 2003, 7:30 p.m. 

WHERE: The Student Laboratory Theatre at the Prism, 851 E. Tyler Street in the Ritter Building on the ASU campus (northwest corner of Terrace and Rural, just south of University Drive). 

TICKETS: $5 for students, faculty and staff
$7 for general public
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE DOOR ONLY

INFORMATION, TICKETS:
 To reserve (not buy) tickets, call 480-965-6447; tickets must be picked up by 7:20 p.m. or they will be released. For general information, e-mail student_production@hotmail.com.

With The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, playwright and comedian Paul Rudnik has again created a hilarious and touching piece that examines gay themes in a comedic and fun way. Rudnik’s unique comic writing style has gained much notice through well-known pieces as Jeffrey, I Hate Hamlet and In and Out. Rudnik is able to look at important themes of gay rights, religion and AIDS, yet is still able to have fun with crazy story lines and comedic dialogue.

The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told is the second to last show of the spring 2003 season. It will be followed by the tragic romance After Sunsets that will take the Prism stage May 4-6. 

Media Contact:
Megan Krause
480-965-8795
megan.krause@asu.edu