Events

“Arlene: An African Trilogy,”
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Date/Time
Friday, April 11th 2014 - All Day

Location
Northwestern College

“Arlene: An African Trilogy,” the story of Sioux Center resident Arlene Schuiteman’s ministry in Sudan, Ethiopia and Zambia, will be presented by Northwestern College theatre April 11th, 12th and the 24th through the 27th in the England Theatre on campus.

The April 26th and 27th performances begin at 2 p-m and include an African-themed meal, served between acts. Tickets for the afternoon shows are 15 dollars and must be reserved and prepaid by visiting w-w-w-dot-n-w-c-iowa-dot-e-d-u-slash-arlene-tickets or contacting the box office at 712-707-7098.

The curtain rises at 6 p-m on April 11th, 24th and 25th and 6:30 p-m on April 12th. Tickets for the evening performances are 7 dollars for adults and 4 dollars for students. Reservations can be made online or at the box office. Visit w-w-w-dot-n-w-c-iowa-dot-e-d-u-slash-arlene-tickets or call 712-707-7098.

 

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