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Student Production kicks off theatre season with Cancer Man

August 29, 2002

WHAT: Student Production in the Herberger College of Fine Arts at ASU presents “Cancer Man,” written by and starring playwriting graduate student Luke Krueger and directed by playwriting graduate student Christopher Miller. Student Production is a student-driven organization within the department of theatre that is dedicated to bringing student work to life on stage.

WHEN: Sept. 15-17, 2002, at 7:30 p.m.

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

TICKETS: $3; available at the door only.

INFORMATION: 480-727-7877.

ABOUT THE SHOW: This one-man show is powerful, entertaining and uncompromising. It is a darkly comic view of one of our society’s most equally sacred and profane institutions, the “celebrity.” It follows the character of Henry Rollins, real-life former lead singer for the punk band Black Flag, through his journey into the depths of icon. “Cancer Man” is a dramatic adaptation/interpretation of Henry Rollins’ backstage journal “Get in the Van.”

Media Contact:
Megan Krause