The Curtain Call Society at Cleveland State Community College will present the theater production of Cat’s Cradle by Leslie Sands on April 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center at Cleveland State. Admission is free for the student performance.
Directed by Holly Shiveley, Cleveland State assistant professor of Communications, the play is set in a remote English village. A retiring inspector is determined to see justice served on a 12-year old kidnapping cold case, but no one wants him to find out the truth.
Cat’s Cradle is an intricate story involving conspiracy and mystery which leads to a surprise and ironically twisted ending.
“It’s always a joy for me to be able to work with students and staff in a capacity outside of the classroom or everyday work environment. I’m able to build strong relationships with them and see significant development, not just in the characters they play but also in their personal lives as well. We are excited to be able to share our talents and love for performing arts with the Cleveland community,” said Ms. Shiveley.
For more information about the Curtain Call Society or Cat’s Cradle, contact Holly Shively at 423-473-2418 or email@example.com.