My Soul and Other Broken Things

An original play by Metropolitan State University theater student Sarah Dew
Stagedoor Theater, Minneapolis Community and Technical College Campus
Nov. 6, 7, 8 - 7 p.m.; Nov. 8 - 2 p.m.

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Performances will be in Minneapolis at the Stagedoor Theater, located in the Whitney Fine Arts Center on the Minneapolis Campus of Metropolitan State University and Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC), off Loring Park at 1424 Yale Place. Both on street and the MCTC parking ramp, 15th Street and Hennepin Avenue, are available.

My Soul, and Other Broken Things traces the coming-of-age of Sephora, a young woman who, guided by a mysterious stranger, returns to her Christian fundamentalist home in search of her estranged mother. Sephora has been living a life that is repugnant to her family and all that they believe. Sephora takes us with her on a journey that plumbs the darkest depths of the human soul, asking the ever-present question: "Is there a God?"

"How do you know what's going on between God and me? You only know what you think you see or hear or read in a dusty old book. And you're completely holed up in the idea that the world is black and cold and evil. Like the only way to survive this place is to hide in some special bubble of God's light. Why won't you let me find my own way?" -Sephora

Call 612-659-7222 for reservations. There is no charge to Metropolitan State students with a school ID and a $10 suggested donation for general admission to the community. Persons with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event should call Center for Accessibility Resources at 651-793-1549 or 651-772-7687 (TTY). The play is produced by Metropolitan State's Theater Underground and the Theater program.

The university's Theater program offers the final two years of a theater major for transferring students from Minneapolis Community and Technical College and other Minnesota community colleges. Contact director David Hanzal at 651-338-9425 david.hanzal@metrostate.edu for more information.