"Lines in the Sand is not going to be your typical theater," director Scott Burrell said. "Even the audience will play an important role in this production."
Burrell said the audience will be asked to surpass their role as observers and become participants in the production.
Burrell said the audience will be split up into five groups and moved around to several stages throughout the theater building.
Burrell said "Lines in the Sand" began as a title of a play and an idea in a class of 30 students. After research and a discussion of themes, the class compiled a ...Read More