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"All in the Timing" at Marshall School

Updated: 04/29/2014 8:38 AM
Created: 04/29/2014 7:36 AM WDIO.com

"All in the Timing" features 6 plays in 1 the weekend of May 2nd at the Marshall School. Audience members will be led around to 6 different parts of the school for 6 individual short plays.

Kori Ponder and Ian Peters, along with Jake Polinsky and McKayla Aanonsen, stopped by the show Tuesday morning. All four will be performing during the weekend. There will be six individual comedic vignettes scattered around the school.

Kori and Ian spoke with Brittany about the performances.

Kori says that, with a typical play, "[The audience is] used to sitting around for hours on end." But with this show, Kori tells us that, "[The audience] gets to get up and move, it's fun to go different places and feel different things."

Ian explains that "Each show is staged in one area, and the audience will come to us."

And we had a preview from Jake Polinsky and McKayla Aanonsen, performing their piece, 'The Universal Language'.

Jake, McKayla, Kori and Ian will all be performing at the Marshall School. Performances are Friday, May 2nd at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, May 3rd at 4:00 p.m., and Sunday, May 4th at 2:00 p.m. Adult tickets are $5, students are $3 and Marshall Magic Auction ticket holders get in free to the Saturday performance.

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