RSU Theatre: ‘Jack Dicky & the Swarthy Gentleman,’ March 28-29

This Thursday and Friday evening, the Rogers State University Theatre program will present a stage reading of “Jack Dicky & the Swarthy Gentleman,” an original two-act comedy that combines film noir and absurdism.

The reading will be held at 7:07 p.m. in the Baird Hall Performance Studio. Admission to the production is $7 for adults, $4 for seniors, and $2 for faculty, staff, and students. Tickets are available at the door.

“Jack Dicky and the Swarthy Gentleman” tells the tale a down-and-out private eye looking for a criminal mastermind where the underdog fights against all odds to catch the villain and capture the fair maiden’s heart.

The cast includes: Joseph Beard of Claremore; Cody Berry, a community counseling junior from Afton; Erin Dinsmore, a communications sophomore from Broken Arrow; Adrian Escobar, a visual arts freshman from Oklahoma City; Hannah Gray, a communications junior from Broken Arrow; Dr. Paul Hatley, Professor of History and Political Science; Adam Thomas, a communications freshman from Owasso; and Cade Thomas, a communications senior from Broken Arrow.

The play is directed by Alex Clair, a communications senior from Adair, and was written by Quinn Blakely, the son of RSU Theatre Director David Blakely.

For more information about the RSU Theatre Program, contact the Department of Communications at 918-343-6825.