Homebound: A Play for Nobody

Date/Time
Date(s) - Feb 9, 2014
2:30 pm - 4:15 pm

Location
Clarence Brown Lab Theatre


Homebound:  A Play for Nobody is a part of the Department of Theater’s Lab Projects Program. The Lab Projects encourage advanced students and student organizations to produce theatrical works of their own. The program supports as many as 7 projects each year which are selected, directed, and entirely produced by students under the supervision of a mentor. The goal of the projects is to not only encourage theatre on the Knoxville campus but also to provide students a hands-on learning opportunity with regards to the ins and outs of producing shows. To inquire more about this program, email CBTRentals@utk.edu.

Homebound:  A Play for Nobody
By: Brock Ward

Produced By: All Campus Theatre

Performances:  February 7-8 & 14-15 @ 8:00 PM & February 8, 9, 15 & 16 @ 2:30 PM

Approximate Run-Time:  1 hour and 45 minutes with one intermission

Warnings: None

Show Description: Nobody is a young girl determined to overcome her diagnosed mental illness. While on her journey, she discovers how to connect herself with the unfeeling present. With the help of her best friend and counselor, Nobody will face her fear of the public life and depression.

Ticket information:  Only available at the door: $5 General Admission; FREE for UT Students

This production is not produced by the
Clarence Brown Theatre Company.