January 23, 2019
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'Picasso at the Lapin Agile' staged at the PAC

hearted laugh. From the sound of the responses, he got his wish.
     Crystal Blount plays Suzanne. "Suzanne is essential to the story line of the play, because she illustrates the way Picasso relates to women," said Blount.
     The humor is subtle at times. There is little to offend except the bizarre notion that the time-space continuum could be manipulated such that the principals may meet as adults in a Paris café in 1904. That year, Einstein would have been 25, Picasso younger than 10 and Presley would not have been born for 30 years.
     Near the end of the play, with a darkened theatre and stage, lightning flashes, and the sound of thunder was simulated by the  set being wheeled away.
     Heaberlin expressed  gratitude for the support given by Robert A. Sewell, director of auxiliary services, the Associated Student Body and VVC, without which the play and the Drama Department would not exist.

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