The intimate Black Box Theatre at Cayuga Community College will provide an appropriate setting for the next production from the college's student theater group, Harlequin Productions.
"Rooms" is a series of six short plays submitted by playwrights from across the country, and all take place within a single room. Audiences will sit less than 20 feet away when the show is performed at 7 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, Oct. 25-27 and Nov. 1-3, at the college, 197 Franklin St., Auburn.
The plays include "Scripted" by Mark Harvey Levine, in which a couple wakes up to find a script of their conversations and actions for a day, leading them to realize how boring their lives have become. "Foreclosure" finds a woman explaining her life to a man who has just foreclosed on her home, all while movers empty her house.
The cast, which will perform multiple parts throughout the evening, includes sophomores Autumn Brewer, Kaylee Boise, Theodore Brill, Tristan Nolan, Marissa Sorber and Jack Hall, and newcomers Carmen Liberatore, Thomas Norris, Adam Birtwell, Sam Hodges and Ariel White. The show's stage manager is Auburn High School senior Felicia McIlvain, and its director is longtime Harlequin Productions advisor and director Bob Frame. The designer is Virginia Fennessy and the props master is Terri Gadsby.
Tickets to the show are $7 general admission and $2 for students, and are available at the door.
For more information, visit cayuga-cc.edu.