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Tea Time: Reading from Plays by Jordan Plohr ’12

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Jordan Plohr ’12 introduces Tea Time, his collection of short plays, to faculty, staff, and students in the Experimental Theater.

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Geoffrey McKinney ’12 delivered some of the funniest lines in Plohr's reading.

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Donovan Bisbee ’12 enjoyed the parts he played during the reading nearly as much as the audience enjoyed his performances.

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Raynor Mendoza ’13

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Zach Thompson ’13 returned from studying in England just in time to participate in the reading.

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Professor of Theater Jim Cherry suggested that Plohr expand one of the plays to a longer work.

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Professor of Psychology Eric Olofson enjoys the reading.

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Arjun Kumar ’13

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Senior Reed Hepburn offered encouragement.

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PRofessor of Theater Dwight Watson introduced Plohr's reading. 'In the College’s most recent production, Jordan played the miser, Harpagon, with such cleverness and skill one might think that Moliere's character and Jordan were one and the same. Not true. He is good natured with a generous sprit that you can not help but enjoy his company on the stage or behind the scenes.'

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