Events

Children’s Play
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Date/Time
Friday, September 27th 2013 - 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Location
Northwestern College

“Still Life With Iris,” a children’s play, will be presented by Northwestern College in the Allen Theatre September 27th at 7 p-m and September 28th at 4 p-m.  The play is set in a magical land, Nocturno, which is populated by creatures who spend the night creating what we see during the day.  It also includes the Island of the Great Goods, where diversity is sacrificed in favor of what is best.
Tickets are 7 dollars for adults and 4 dollars for students.  The DeWitt Theatre box office opens September 17th for the general public.  Tickets can be reserved by visiting the box office between 4 and 9 p-m Monday through Friday or between noon and 5 p-m on Saturday.  The box office can also be reached by phone, 712-707-7098, or email, box-office-at-n-w-c-iowa-dot-e-d-u.

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