Rehearsals Underway for RIFT: PASJ’s fall play to focus on relationships in wartime


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The Performing Arts and Social Justice Department’s fall play, Rift, is not for children. The story of a place without a setting and a time without a decade focuses on the complex intricacies of relationships and how they change during war. Opening at Studio Theater on Thursday, October 21, at 8 p.m. it runs the first weekend through October 24. The second weekend shows will be held from October 28-30. Tickets are $5 with USF ID and $10 general admission. Above, Ilyse Liffreing and Shoresh Alaudini play lead actors and lovers separated by death and tragedy.

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