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'The Alchemist's Book' opens Oct. 21
Drama students to present comedy
ANGOLA — The Trine University Drama Club will present the children’s comedy, “The Alchemist’s Book,” Oct. 21-23 at 7 p.m. in Wells Theater in Taylor Hall.
In Kathy Hurley’s 1976 play, two villainous gypsies, Patch and Lumpy, attempt to get their local alchemist’s magic book of spells. Standing in their way are two traveling cats, Mr. Q Dapperwhiskers Spats and Churchy, and Robin, a young gypsy-to-be who is in love with the gypsy king’s daughter, Princess Alicia.
Sebastian Audet, a computer engineering major from Indianapolis, will take the lead as Spats, and Delaney Mosher, a forensic science major from Monticello, will portray Churchy.
Other cast members include: elementary education major Ryan Davis of Winchester; biology major Dan Ehinger of Richmond, Vt.; social studies education major Kerri Fish of Climax, Mich.; civil engineering major Michael Greene of LaGrange; criminal justice and psychology major Amanda Howe of Mishawaka; accounting major Jessica Van Tilburg of Angola; and mechanical engineering majors Brian Boes of Lafayette and Todd Wilburn of Woodburn.
The show will be directed by math major Jay Reeves of Greenfield. He will be assisted by stage manager Erik Evans, a design engineering technology major from Highland.The performances are free and open to the public.