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Penn State Produces New Season of “304” Sitcom

Penn State’s College of Communications and School of Theatre are partnering up to bring back its very own Penn State sitcom “304.”

The show follows the story of three Penn State students who decide to start a cookie delivery business — but run into some unexpected troubles. With a style reminiscent of classic sitcoms like Friends and Seinfeld, 304 hopes to capture the Penn State experience in a realistic and relatable format.

This isn’t the first time the College of Comm and the School of Theatre has put on this show. The first episode of the previous season (which was filmed in 2009) can be found here.

To get a taste of what’s to come, check out the new season’s preview below, and come to the official premiere screening on Sunday, November 4th. If you’ve always wanted to be in a sitcom, auditions for a future episode are being held this Thursday.

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Zack Rutstein

Penn State 5th-year Materials Science and Engineering student, Onward State Arts Editor, Musician


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