Bristol Community College’s Theatre program will host its upcoming production of Zoe Kazan’s post-apocalyptic New York City hit, After the Blast from Thursday, Feb. 16, through Saturday, Feb.18, beginning at 7 p.m.
The production takes place in the Jackson Arts Center (H building) Studio Theatre, Room H128, on the Bristol Fall River Campus, 777 Elsbree Street. Admission is General Public: $15; Non-Bristol Students and Bristol Faculty/Staff: $10; Bristol Students: $5. Please note that in-person seating is limited to 50 tickets per night. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.bristolcc.edu/theatre
New York Magazine called the show’s original Lincoln Center Theater production "Sharp and stirring, incisive and breathtakingly humane."
Brief Synopsis: Set in a future where the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable, humans now live underground where fertility is closely regulated and the world above is simulated via an implant. Anna and Oliver, born several generations after the move underground, have one final hope of having a baby. The production is directed by Brien Lang, Resident Artist of the Wilbury Theatre Group, in Providence, R.I.
Please note that all students, employees and community members who are attending indoor Bristol events must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, as defined by the college's policy, or have a valid accommodation for COVID-19. For more information, please visit http://www.bristolcc.edu/together/vaccinationpolicyforvisitors/.
Bristol’s Theatre program is an Associate of Arts, in liberal arts & sciences, that provides hands-on training and experience, allowing students to learn and refine their craft as they perform. Students can smoothly transfer to a four-year institution or seek work in the performing arts. In addition to teaching history, literature and art, studying theatre also provides interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills.
For more information about the Bristol Theatre’s production of After the Blast, beginning Thursday, Feb.16, please visit http://www.bristolcc.edu/theatre or contact Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre, David Ledoux, by emailing David.Ledoux@bristolcc.edu or by calling 774.357.3748.