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NRT Presents: “South Park: Bigger, Longer…”

southparkteaser2colorWhat: No Refund Theatre is presenting a live-action staging of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s “South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut” the musical based on the popular Comedy Central series. The boys find themselves in the middle of an escalating conflict between censorship advocates, Canada, and Satan (with his lover Saddam Hussein).

Where: 111 Forum Building

When: 9:00 pm Thursday, Feb. 12
8:00 pm Friday, Feb. 13
8:00 pm Saturday, Feb. 14

Cost: Free!

Click here to listen to an interview with the director of this production.

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Mark McColey is a Senior majoring in Advertising and Labor-Employment relations. Among his loves are Penn State Football, The Steelers, The Penguins, The Simpsons, Tina Fey, and Arrested Development.


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