What: GAP, a new play about the perils of 'doing school'. Set in the present at a large public high school, it satirizes the American obsession with a narrow definition of success-and shows how this obsession mangles teenagers, their parents, and their teachers.
Who: A new play created by Carol Lashof, performed by Reid Davis (Performing Arts), Mary Volmer (Honors Program), and Performing Arts students Andrew Galindo, Samantha Dasvison, Vincent Rodriguez, and Jenna Smith.
When: Thursday, Nov. 6, 4:30-6 p.m.
Where: Delphine Intercultural Center.
Sponsored by: Faculty Development, the Kalmanovitz School of Education, the Performing Arts and English Departments.