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April 16, 2012
Time:7:30-9:30 a.m.
Description:Students, faculty and staff of The University of Texas community stage a collection of plays titled "What a Stranger May Know" as a tribute to those who lost their lives in the 2007 Virginia Tech shootings.

The series of 32 plays, one for each victim, was written by Erik Ehn, an internationally known artist-activist and the director of playwriting at Brown University.

The student actors, twenty-seven of them with a "witness" to share the experience, will be scattered in different stations across the South Mall leading up to the Tower, reading their 90-minute monologues simultaneously. Members of the audience are free to move about, wandering through the scenes as the stories unfold, or to stay with one selection throughout its entirety.

Other universities that will perform "What a Stranger May Know" on April 16 include Santa Clara University, Brown University, City College of New York, Brandeis University, University of Ulster, The New School, University of Texas at Arlington, Whittier College, University of Minnesota, Brooklyn College and Whitman College.
Location:South Mall
Contact:Isaac Gomez
Sponsor:Department of Theatre and Dance
Admission:Free
Categories:Performance, Reading
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