Baruch PAC Announces Extended Run For 'Exposures'
BARUCH COLLEGE, NEW YORK, NY (2/04/03) -- The Baruch Performing Arts Center will be staging an extended performance of Exposures, the popular Eric Krebs production. The show, featuring talented young poets, comedians and actors, began its run on January 28 and was originally scheduled to close on February 2. Produced by Center Director Eric Krebs, the event brings together five acclaimed performers from different genres of the performing arts. Each artist performs individually in front of an American flag, sharing stories of immigration struggles, trans-racial unions and the enduring problems of American society.
Krebs conceived the idea with director Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj as a way to draw the professional theatrical world to the Colleges brand-new performance facilities. The student play Marisol, directed by Professor Debbie Saivetz, inaugurated the Rose Nagelberg Theater last semester to rave reviews.
Exposures will continue at the Rose Nagelberg Theater, located on the B-2 Level of the Newman Vertical Campus, from February 7 through February 10. All performances are scheduled to begin at 8:00 PM, except the Sunday, February 9 performance which will begin at 7:00 PM. All performances run for 75 minutes with no intermission. Tickets are free. Call 212-967-7079 for reservations and more information.
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