The play, Ctrl+Alt+Delete, is currently in production at UTK’s Clarence Brown Lab Theatre. The production began on Thursday, Oct. 24, and will continue until Sunday, Nov. 10.
The play is about a technological mastermind, Eddie Fisker, that creates a hand held device that changes the present ways of communication. The production takes the audience through the main character’s journey of battling scheming, manipulation and hardships throughout the corporate world. Terry Silver-Alford, a UTK Theatre faculty member and Musical Theatre Performance lecturer, is directing the play.
Robin Conklin, the Marketing and Communications Director for UTK’s Theatre Department said, “the production is extremely popular. Many of the shows are sold out. However, we do have wait-lists available and are very successful in terms of getting everyone in the theatre.”
Student tickets are $5 with UT ID, n0n-student tickets are $12 and adult tickets are $15. Several upcoming performances have already sold out.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the box office at 865-974-5161 or visit online at clarencebrowntheatre.com.
Edited by Jessica Carr