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The Ghostlight Project

Theatre UNI and Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center joins the Ghostlight Project to make or renew a pledge to stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation and compassion for everyone regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, gender identity or sexual orientation. The project is inspired by the tradition of leaving a "ghost light" on in a darkened theater, offering visibility and safety for all who might enter. Patricipants should bring a flashlight.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

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