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WVU Parkersburg Theatre Department to present original play.
CONTACT: Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin, Theatre instructor, 304-424-8295.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Auditions are set for Feb. 21-22 to cast West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s spring production of "A Tale of a Malay Princess," an original play written and directed by Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
A Malaysian scholar, Nasuruddin is the college’s first Fulbright Visiting Scholar and is teaching theatre appreciation during the spring semester. Nasuruddin earned his Ph.D. in drama and theatre from Indiana University in Bloomington.
Auditions will be held in the college theatre (Room 1305) from 1 to 3 p.m., Feb. 21, and from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 22 or by appointment.
Set amidst court intrigue in the 17th century Malay kingdom of Indraloka, Nasuruddin's play portrays an interwoven theme of human dignity, weakness and greed.
Auditions are open to all WVU Parkersburg students, faculty and staff as well as interested members of the public. There are challenging roles for both male and female actors and dancers. The Theatre Department production will be staged April 13-15.
Further information is available by contacting Nasuruddin at the college, 424-8295.
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