It may not sound like a comedy but “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” is a quirky, wildly imaginative show by an award-winning playwright—and it’s about to open at FRCC in Fort Collins.

It’s a familiar scenario: A cell phone ringing incessantly in a quiet coffee shop. Frustratingly, no one answers. So our protagonist picks up the phone—only to discover that its owner has died. So begins this odyssey of a woman forced to confront her own assumptions about morality, redemption, and the need to connect in a technology-obsessed world.

The college’s theatre program proudly presents its production of:

Dead Man’s Cell Phone

by Sarah Ruhl

When:

Thursday and Friday evenings—March 7, 8, 14, 15—7:30pm

Saturday and Sunday matinees—March 9, 10—2:00pm

Where:

FRCC’s Larimer Campus

Redcloud Peak building—Studio 106

4616 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins

Tickets:

$5 at the door (cash/check only)

The show is directed by Instructor Peter Anthony, and stars students from the FRCC theatre program. For group reservations and additional info, contact: john.hill@frontrange.edu.

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