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No Refund Theatre Kicks Off Fall 2013 Show Schedule

No Refund Theatre is set to present its first show of the season, The Girl Who Fell Through A Hole In Her Sweater. Show times are at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 10:00 p.m. on Saturday in 111 Forum. Tickets are free and seating is first-come, first-serve.

The Girl Who Fell Through A Hole In Her Sweater, written by Naomi Wallace & Bruce McLeod, is a witty spin-off of The Wizard Of Oz where Noil, a young girl, falls through a hole in her sweater and lands up in a new magical place. Noil makes friends with two strange characters in the magical land; Crumbs in Pocket and Roach. Together they help Noil complete three and half magical tasks so that she find her way home in time for breakfast.

NRT’s The Girl Who Fell Through A Hole In Her Sweater will be directed by Lauren Spinabelli with Assistant Directors Laurel Ann Gonsecki and Amanda Pasquini.

It’s nothing serious, just something light-hearted and funny to start off your weekend right,” Spinabeeli said.

Spinabelli also said that the cast has only been together for the past two to three weeks, but she is really excited for the show. “The cool part about the show is that it takes place inside of the character’s sweater,” Spinabelli said. “As for the set, its a lot of different yarns criss-crossed all over the place!”

For more information about The Girl Who Fell Through A Hole In Her Sweater or No Refund Theatre check out its website.

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