CSU Theatre's 2014-2015 season concludes with the devised theatre piece Severed Togetherness. The piece was collaboratively created by students enrolled in CMAT 3090: Theatre Practicum. It explores the issues college students face, including an interrogation of social media, gender roles, and the performance of black masculinity. Told through short scenes and more abstract tableaus, Severed Togetherness seeks to make audiences think about our daily interactions with our family, friends, and community.
All tickets are $5.