STEUBENVILLE, OH— The Franciscan University Theatre Department senior directed one acts will present The Act of Living to audiences this spring.
The Act of Living is the life story of a couple and their relationship with one another. They meet each other at a park bench in England when they are children, with each scene advancing a few years to the next memory that they shared at that very same place. The story takes the audience through their friendship, dating relationship, and marriage, ending with a view of their lives in their old age. This play is a touching testimony to the power that authentic and faithful love can have on the life of an individual. It expresses the need to be grateful for the relationships that we have in our lives by reflecting on our memories with our loved ones.
This play is filled with both lighthearted and comedic moments as well as deeply emotional and meaningful ones. It brings laughter, tears, and a positive message.
Performances will be held Friday, April 29th, Saturday, April 30th, & Sunday, May 1st. in Anathan Theatre, on the ground floor of Egan Hall.
Admission is free.