Loudoun Theatre Club and the Communication Studies and Theatre Arts Department at the Loudoun Campus will present a staged reading of a new two act drama, “Freeborn Lehman’s Last Day on Earth,” written and directed by Professor Lisa Nanni-Messegee. The play is about a group of homeless kids who live in Griffith Park in Los Angeles and is inspired by actual events.
“Freeborn Lehman’s Last Day on Earth” will feature 19 NOVA Loudoun student actors, and will contain some very basic tech elements. The play will be performed in the Waddell Theatre on October 25 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Ticket price is a can of food which will be donated to a local food shelter. The staged reading is being performed in conjunction with Loudoun Student Activities’ Hunger Symposium on campus.