Come out and join the Theatre Concepts students of Clayton State University as they attempt to tickle your funny bone! The performance of “T.M.I. : a Dysfunctional Stand-Up” will be held in the Clayton State Theatre, room 132 of the University’s Arts & Science Building, on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
There were monologues, original written scenes, original full-length plays, then solo performances and “stand up“ comedy. The Clayton State Theater Department invites one and all to see its Theatre Concept students warm the mic with personal stories of dysfunction in love, relationships, and different family issues.
The Theater Concepts class is taught by Professor Shontelle Thrash. It’s an exciting class that challenges students to go where they have never gone before. In some cases it takes them places they never imagined they’d go.
With steady instruction and strong backing Thrash pulls out any bit of moxie that her students may have in them. “T.M.I. : a Dysfunctional Stand-Up” will display just that with players from McDonough, Morrow, Locust Grove, Stockbridge and Atlanta.
This is a must see, says Thrash. Some acts will rock the house with laughter and others may bomb terribly. Either way the audience is guaranteed some great laughs. Bring a friend, but please leave the children at home, as this performance is for those 18 and over; there will be adult content throughout the evening.