Do it … this afternoon: The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus

You, too, can sell your soul!

You may have seen posters for the Brave Potato production of Christopher Marlowe’s The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus around campus over the past few weeks, or possibly the adjacent NightCAPS posters. But what’s cooler than watching a play about selling your soul being put on in a graveyard? Très creepy.

Details and performance times after the break.

The first performance of the play will be at 4:30 this afternoon, not Sunday like an allstu sent yesterday would have you believe. If you can’t make it to that performance, it’s also on at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday. It’s being performed out in the graveyard between Rosse and Hayes that you may not have noticed until now, and audience members are encouraged to bring refreshments, blankets and the blood of infants to make their picnic with Lucifer as pleasant as possible. Performances will be in the Gund Ballroom in the case of inclement weather fouling up the graveyard ambiance.

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