In September, Furman Theatre performed Caryl Churchill’s “Love and Information,” a play directed by Maegan McNerney Azar, associate professor of acting and directing and the chair of Furman’s Department of Theatre Arts. Students performed outdoors, promenade-style on seven “stages” before a 10-member, masked and distanced audience. It was also filmed to provide online viewing. Interspersed between acts were prerecorded random scenes written and recorded by remote-only students.
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The Janie E. Furman Rose Garden served as one of seven stages for “Love and Information.” From left: Morgan Goldsberry ’21 and Jamie Riedy ’21 during the production.
Morgan Goldsberry ’21 and Jamie Riedy ’21
From left: Jason Roberts ’23 and Makala Fuller ’21
Jackson Pratt ’21 and Makala Fuller ’21
Wallis Lucas ’22 and Cole Becherer ’22
Isaac Gibbs '23 and Andra Enache '24
Makala Fuller ’21
Notes from the Field