Eastern Michigan University
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The Shape of Things

Written by Neil LaBute                              TICKETS GO ON SALE
Directed by Terry Heck Seibert                 December 2, 2013

"There is only art. Art that must be created. Whatever the cost." Evelyn, Act II.

College students, Adam and Evelyn, meet in a museum under unusual circumstances. He is instantly smitten Evelyn and she sees more in Adam than meets the eye. What follows is a fast-paced study in infatuation, manipulation, and art that will leave audiences questioning their ideals, relationships, and the boundaries of the artist. The Shape of Things is a dark romantic comedy with an ending designed to leave audiences wondering where the line between art and reality is drawn, or if it exits at all.

The Shape of Things will play in the Sponberg Theatre on February 12 at 9pm, February 13, 14, 15 at 7pm and February 16 at 2pm. Recommended for mature audiences only.

The Department of Communication, Media & Theatre Arts is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344