Tigerville, SC- (December 17, 2016) North Greenville University's theatre production of "Nora's House" has been invited to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) 47 at Georgia Southern State University in Statesboro, Ga. Feb. 8-11.
The cast will compete on Thursday, Feb. 9 and will also be considered for national awards recognizing outstanding achievement in production, design, direction, and performance.
NGU’s professor of theatre Dr. Dale Savidge has adapted the original story of “A Doll’s House,” by Henrik Ibsen. The play was also created by a talented team of NGU theatre students.
Savidge and his team hopes to inspire women who find themselves in circumstances similar to Nora. The story journeys backward through time looking for opportunities to change the outcome of the play, Nora’s life, or your own life. This play interacts with its audience through short video interviews and social media participation.
North Greenville University Theatre staff and students will represent the school’s academic excellence by attending the Festival which recognizes, rewards, and celebrates the exemplary work produced in college and university theatres across the nation.
For more information on NGU Theatre or for opportunities on how to become a program sponsor, contact Department Chair Amy Dunlap, 864.895.1580. To purchase tickets to any upcoming productions, visit www.ngu.edu/theatre.php.
North Greenville University – located in Tigerville, S.C. at the foothills of Glassy Mountain – is a co-educational liberal arts institution that provides opportunities for higher education in a biblically sound, Christ-centered environment. NGU is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctorate degrees in over 35 degree programs. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia, 30033-4097, or call 404-679-4500, for questions about the accreditation of North Greenville University.
Established in 1892 as a Baptist Academy for northern Greenville County high school students, the school currently has an enrollment of over 2,500 students and is supported by the Cooperative Program of the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Because of the financial support from South Carolina Baptists, many students have the opportunity to receive tuition assistance they need to obtain their college education.