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‘It’s funny because it’s outrageous’

‘The Nerd’ highlights relationships in a state of change

July 4, 2013
By CEECY NUCKER - Correspondent (ccnucker@yahoo.com) , Minot Daily News

A staple of community and college theater groups since it first was performed in 1981, "The Nerd," by Larry Shue, is the non-musical entry in this season's Summer Theatre docket at Minot State University. The play, which runs Saturday through Wednesday at 8:30 p.m., takes place in Terre Haute, Ind., at the home of a young architect, Willum Cubbert, played by Chris Pitner, who is giving himself a birthday party. He has invited his boss, Warnock Waldgrave; family members played by Jay Jenkins, Peg Morris and Christian Gifford; and several of his friends, played by Corie McDaniel and Jake Flaten.

 
 

 

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