"Trees" will support local breast cancer programs

"Trees" is a new play being performed at the Fire Hall Theatre in Grand Forks Feb. 14-17 and Feb. 21-23. All profits will benefit two local breast cancer support programs: Filling the Gap and the North Dakota Breast Cancer Coalition.

If you enjoyed "Beaches" and "Step-Mom," we believe you will be equally moved by "Trees."

Tickets are $15, and $10 with a student I.D. (Not appropriate for people under 18.) However, consider booking a row of 10 seats for the performance. This would make a wonderful community building event for you and your department. The coffee shop, Porpoura, is giving a coupon for a free cup of coffee after the show so that you can also take in the Oncology on Canvas exhibit. If you would like to reserve tickets for a group of 10 or more, we are able to give you a $2 discount per ticket. Group reservations are a necessity and can be made by calling 701-795-9113.

"Trees" is directed by communications Ph.D. candidate Adonica Schultz Aune; stage-managed by Naomi Bender, grad student in communications; written by Kathy Coudle-King, senior lecturer, English and women studies; and includes Pat Jordheim, graduate student in communications; Deb Todhunter, R.N.; Miriam Clapp Erin and Audra Hendrickson, and David Henry.
-- Kathleen Coudle-King, Sr. Lecturer , English & Women Studies, kathleen_king@und.nodak.edu, 777-2787