EUGENE, Ore.— The Student Production Association of Lane Community College presents the world premiere of “The Family Treasure” by LCC alumnus Aaron Michael Smart and directed by Brian Haimbach.
“The Family Treasure” tells the story of three siblings, who while sifting through their family history searching for gold in the Oregon wilderness, realize their pioneer history of adventure and tragedy may also be filled with lies. Part mystery, part family drama, and part old-timey Western, this story is filled with exciting twists and turns.
SPA is thrilled to welcome back former SPA president Aaron Michael Smart with this world premiere production. Smart found inspiration in his own family history, drawing from tales of his pioneer ancestors –settlers of Jasper, Oregon. Smart says, “My hope is that ‘The Family Treasure’ a story about how to move on from the past, resonates with audiences on an intensely human level. For me, it is about the things we bury, and the things we try so hard to dig up.”
Featured performances by David Arnold, Kenny Jones, Kelsie Wilson, Rebekah Hirons, Emma Weinkauf, and Christopher Ridgely. Set, costume, and sound designed by James McConkey, Mari Dewit, and Harper Craven respectively.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and at 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 14-24, in the Blue Door Theatre, Building 6, LCC main campus, 4000 E. 30th Ave., Eugene.
Tickets prices run on a “pay what you can” scale, and are available at the door. No one will be turned away. Donations are put towards production expenses and theatre studies scholarships.
For more information:
- Student Productions Association—www.facebook.com/lccspa
- Brian Haimbach, LCC Head of Theatre, firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 463-5648
For accommodations to attend this event, contact the Center for Accessible Resources at (541) 463-5150 (voice), 711 (relay), or email AccessibleResources@lanecc.edu one week in advance.
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