The Belhaven Theatre Department presents, Sister Calling My Name by Buzz McLaughlin. This play is directed by theatre major Dave Harris and is running several days from September 22-27.The show starts at 7:30 p.m. in Theatre 151, doors open at 7:00 p.m. Theatre 151 is located in the Center for the Arts building.
This emotionally touching story revolves around the story of Michael, who returns home to handle the affairs of his mentally challenged sister, Lindsay. Lindsay is in the care of Michaels high-school sweetheart, Sister Anne; and journeys from the darkness of rejection and pain to a place of reconciliation.
This play is an exciting and innovative addition to a series of performances from the Theatre Department that explore challenging and inspiring topics.
General Admission is $10. Admission for seniors, students, and children is $5. There is complimentary admission for Belhaven faculty, staff, students and immediate families.
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