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Greensburg, PA – Seton Hill University Theatre will present "No. 11 (Blue and White)," opening Friday, November 12, 2004.

"Did you know him?" It's the first question they always ask Alex when they find out where she went to school. Indeed, Alex was best of friends with Reid, a prep star athlete with his game plan set for success. She was his loyal and trusted partner in the complicated labyrinth of politics and privilege in their affluent high school. And when the accusations begin to fly, Alex defends Reid with tragic blindness to the bitter end. First presented in March 2000 at the Humana Festival of New American Plays, Alexandra Cunningham's examination of our social pecking order and the corresponding treatment of victims and accusers is "streamlined and stylized...marches inexorably from knowing innocence to bewildered devastation." (City Search, NY) Did she know him? She thought she did. Realistic situations and language; for mature audiences.

Seton Hill students cast in "No. 11 (Blue and White)" are: Jeremy Burkett of Vandergrift, Pa. as Brian; Adrienne Fischer of Monroeville, Pa. as Jenny; Melissa Kowalski of New Kensington, Pa. as Alex; Rose Marotta of Greensburg, Pa. as Tammy; Matthew McDonough of St. Mary’s, Pa. as Reid; Kelly Smogor of Derry, Pa. as Paige; Jonathan Stewart of Thompson, Pa. as Danny; Laura Stracko of Nazareth, Pa. as Suzanne and Darcy Wood of Orlando, Fl. as Lindsay.

"No. 11 (Blue and White)" will be directed by assistant professor of theatre Terry Brino-Dean, and Jamie Williams of Aliquippa, Pa. will be the assistant director. Katherine Newman of Greensburg, Pa will serve as stage manager; Annie Brady of Greensburg, Pa. and Andre Gandy of Pittsburgh, Pa. will serve as assistant stage managers. Kathleen Shields of Lower Burrell, Pa. will serve as assistant set designer, Matthew Starry of Latrobe, Pa. will serve as the assistant light designer and Caitlin Marietti of Lower Burrell, Pa. will be the wardrobe master for "No. 11 (Blue and White)."

Performances: November 12, 2004 - 10:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.; November 13 - 8:00 p.m.; November 14 - 2:00 p.m.; November 16 and 17 - 10:30 a.m.; November 18, 19, and 20 - 8:00 p.m.

All Seton Hill Theatre performances are held in Reeves Theatre, ground floor of Reeves Memorial Library, on Seton Hill’s campus. Seton Hill University is located on Route 130 West in Greensburg, PA. Reeves Theatre is a disabled accessible and climate-controlled facility. Parking is free.

Ticket prices: (all ages, all performances): Single Admission is $12.00. “Four for All” Subscription (one ticket to each of SHU Theatre’s 2004-2005 four productions - save 17% ) $40.00. “Three of Four” Subscription (one ticket to each of three plays of your choosing - save 14%) $31.00. Group Rate (groups of 16 or more, reservations and advance payment required) $10.00 each. Student Rush Tickets (sales begin five minutes before curtain and are subject to availability, validated school I.D. required) $5.00. Order tickets by phone at 724-838-4241 or via e-mail at

Seton Hill, chartered in 1918, is a coeducational Catholic liberal arts university with more than 30 undergraduate programs and 8 graduate programs, including an MBA. Seton Hill brings the world to its students through its distinguished lecturers and nationally and internationally renowned centers. Twice recognized by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the nation’s Top 100 Entrepreneurial Universities, Seton Hill has also been named one of the Best Mid-Atlantic Colleges by The Princeton Review and one of Pennsylvania’s Top 100 Businesses by Pennsylvania Business Central. For more information on Seton Hill please visit or call 1-800-826-6234.