GBC Summer Theatre – Incredible Stories

“Incredible Stories and Other Back Issues,” runs June 13-15 and June 20-22, 7 PM, GBC Theatre

Elko Live guests discuss Great Basin College Summer Theatre production of an original work by playwright Dr. Joshua Webster, “Incredible Stories and Other Back Issues.” The show is directed by Frank L. Sawyer with John Patrick Rice as Producing and Artistic Director and stars local talent. Sawyer and Webster talk about the work while actor Ian Montgomery discusses his role as Bill Hauser, “an aged, nebbish comic book/sci fi writer, lonely and self-tortured.” Webster is a literature professor at GBC.

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