What happens when a man wants to be “normal”? What exactly is “normal” and what happens to Charley when science steps in to change his life? Tune in to Stage Talk this week to hear director Teresa Pond and “Charley”, actor Jaron Carlson, as they talk about Synesthesia Artist Collective’s lastest production, Flowers for Algernon by David Rogers based on the novel by Daniel Keyes. Flowers for Algernon is currently running in the E. R. Brown Auditorium (Grant Hall) on the campus of Alaska Pacific University.
- Teresa Pond, director, SynArts‘ Flowers for Algernon
- Jaron Carlson, “Charley”, SynArts‘ Flowers for Algernon
ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Friday February 6th at 2:45 p.m.
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Stage Talk Calendar (For more information about each performance or to purchase tickets, click on the company’s name.)
- Synesthesia Artist Collective presents the drama, Flowers for Algernon by David Rogers based on the novel by Daniel Keyes running Thursdays – Sundays until February 15th. Curtain is at 7pm on Thur-Saturdays and 3pm on Sundays. Performances are at the E. R. Brown Auditorium in Grant Hall on the campus of Alaska Pacific University.
- The UAA Department of Theatre and Dance is holding auditions for William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead on Friday 2/6 at 7pm and Sunday, 2/8 at 2pm in the Harper Studio Theatre on the campus of UAA.
- It’s the last weekend to see Anchorage Community Theatre’s Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley. Curtain is at 7pm on Friday and Saturday and 3pm on Sunday.