OCC Theatre Presents Original Acts in “Love, Hate and Other Oddities”

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If you are looking for a thought provoking, challenging and very entertaining night of theatre, Oakland Community College‘s production of “Love, Hate, and Other Oddities” runs November 2 – 11.

Love, Hate and Other Oddities takes a look at the world we live in through the lenses of a
variety of contemporary writers. Some known to you and others not. But their tales are all funny, tragic, political, heartfelt and edgy. All are important and all will have you talking, laughing and shedding a tear or two.

“Sometimes we need theatre that is light and entertaining, just for the fun of it. Other times, we need to be reminded that we live in a world that’s on the edge and we have a responsibility to change it. This theatre production offers both,” says OCC faculty member Dennis North, Fine & Performing Arts department.

Love, Hate and Other Oddities is a collection of dark, very funny, disturbing and issue oriented one-act plays that are NOT suitable for children.

Show dates are November 2, 3, 4 and 9, 10, 11. All performances are at 8:00 p.m. at the Oakland Community College Smith Theatre, located on the Orchard Ridge Campus, 27055 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills. General admission is $15; students and seniors (age 62+) pay $5.

Advance tickets for all performances are available at occevents.eventbrite.com. Tickets are also available at the Smith Theatre Box Office each night of the performance.

For more information about OCC’s theatre program contact Ken Faulk at (248) 522-3666 or visit the College’s theatre program home page.Love-Hate-EVENTBRITE-Image

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