The West Fargo High School theatre season comes to a close with a public performance of Joan Ackermann's "Marcus is Walking: Scenes from the Road" on Saturday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m.
"Marcus is Walking" is comprised of a series of vignettes centered on the great American pastime of automobile travel. Playwright Joan Ackermann provides an offbeat exploration of the emotional landscapes, habits, rituals and relationships that are frequently evidenced through our behaviors "behind the wheel."
The high school's production of "Marcus is Walking" features a company of approximately 20 young artists in its cast and crew under the direction of Theatre/Language Arts teacher, Adam Pankow.
This comedic one-act will represent West Fargo at the North Dakota Class A Play Festival on April 2-3 in Devils Lake. The public performance March 31 also will showcase musical theatre and acting scenes slated to compete for individual prizes at the State Festival.
General admission tickets are available at the door the night of the performance. All seats are $5. Additional information is available at www.westfargotheatre.com.