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Conservatory Theater Presents Seminar
Conservatory Theater Presents Seminar

AIR DATE: February 5, 2014

Theresa Rebeck throws together four ambitions young writers and a fading celebrity novelist who offers private seminars for small groups. Ambitions and pretensions of the literary life rise very quickly to the surface in this comedy. It opens at Nevada Conservatory Theatre at UNLV on Thursday and plays through Sunday. We talk with the director and cast members and we hear a small sample of how the characters treat each other's work.


Michael Lugering, director of "Seminar"

Madison Crist plays "Kate"

Bernhart Vanhoeven plays "Douglas"

Jack Lafferty plays "Martin"

Jasmine Matthews plays "Izzy"


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