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July 09, 2014 at 10:03 AM

Fort Morgan, CO. 07/10/14.  Morgan Community College (MCC) Instructor Roberta Schincke is enthusedParticipants pictured are Joni Corcoran, Alicia Lee, Aspen Poland, Amber Poland, Julia Boger, David Boger, Candace Gordon, and Christina Forristall. for next semester’s Theater Appreciation (THE 105) class offered Thursday evenings though the MCC Limon Center.

“The class always amazes me,” says Schincke. “Last semester, several class members had never participated in a theater production before, but after gaining an understanding of theater and developing some trust in the class, they met the challenge of putting on their own production with optimism.”

Theater 105 is an unique opportunity for MCC students to explore the past and present history of theater, attend and critique a modern professional production, and finally, select, cast, and perform a small production from within the class itself.

“Students come away with a better understanding of what theater is and how it functions in society. They enjoy stepping into the roles of director, actor, designer, and critic and gain an appreciation of theater as an intimate and sometimes frustrating experience,” notes Schincke. “Risk-taking and creativity come from every direction.”

For more information or to enroll in a class, go to www.MorganCC.edu. To speak with an advisor, stop by the MCC Limon Center at 940 Second Street or call (719) 775-8873.

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