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Fairy tales come to life in Catawba’s ‘The Space Between’

By Miranda Sibbett, Catawba College Class of ’22

Feb. 19-22 • 7:30 p.m.

Fairy tales come to life, and things are not always as they seem in “The Space Between,” a coming-of-age story that deals in nostalgia and collective mythology as its currency.
A fully original work created by Catawba College Theatre Arts students who call themselves EEK (Eclectic Ensemble [K]ompany), “The Space Between” takes its audience on a journey that is all at once familiar and extraordinary.

This world premiere ensemble piece follows the story of a young girl as she navigates the transition from childhood to adulthood.
Created through a devising process that began as part of a Catawba College collaboration class last spring, the cast has developed the production from the ground up, under the guidance of Professor Beth Homan.

Photo by Krissey Browder.
Nunna Noe as the Witch in ‘The Space Between.’

Cast members include Nunna Noe, Madison Dolchan, Zach Karvon, Brielle Jobe, Krissey Browder, Dominic Masotti and Miranda Sibbett.
Stage manager is Colleen Welday, costume designer Erin Dougherty, scenic designer David Pulliam and lighting designer Christopher Zink.

Performances will be held in Hedrick Little Theatre Feb. 19-22 at 7:30 p.m. Seating is general admission. Tickets may be purchased online, at the door, or at the Catawba College Theatre Office, 704-637-4440, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

 

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