Love and Friendship Explored in UMD Theatre's Latest Production

Created: November 07, 2018 09:30 AM

UMD Theatre's latest production, "Significant Other," tells the tale of Jordan, a single man trying to find Mr. Right. Through his journey, he finds the struggles and difficulties that love entails.

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"I think it's a story that resonates with a lot of people," Liam Jeffery say.

Jeffery is taking on the role of Jordan in UMD's production. He explains how he, along with other cast members, can even relate to the story in some ways.

Along with love, friendship is another big aspect the show focuses on. During Jordan's journey of finding someone, he discovers that his friends, and co-workers are also "significant others" in his life.

"We've had a fantastic rehearsal process finding the depth of these characters," Erin Hartford, who plays Laura, says, "and finding the grounding of these friendships and relationships. It's been a good time."

Shows run tomorrow through Sunday and Nov. 13 - 17. Tickets cost $21 for adults, $16 for Seniors, UMD Faculty and Staff, and Veterans, $10 for students, and $8 for UMD students. Click here to find show times and to buy tickets.

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