“Put Yourself Out There”
By Deneen Reynolds-Knott in partnership with The Farm Theater College Collaboration Project and sponsored in part by the Furman Humanities Center
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11-Saturday, April 15
2 p.m. Sunday, April 16
Directed by Caroline Jane Davis
Inspired by discussions between students, faculty and the playwright, “Put Yourself Out There” follows a group of friends navigating loneliness, belonging and the question: is graduation the ultimate test of our college bonds authentic or forced?
“In a mutually beneficial relationship, playwrights develop new work and students get involved in the process of making a new play,” says American Theatre magazine. Throughout the season, the script will be revised, and each university, including Oklahoma City University, Centre College, and Furman, will produce the play independently, culminating in a professional reading in New York City at the end of the season.
Individual tickets go on sale two weeks prior to opening night. For more information, contact the box office at 864-294-2125, or visit Furman.edu/theatrearts.