How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them 06/14–06/22
EAST LANSING— The Michigan State University Department of Theatre continues its free, open to the public, Summer Circle Theatre season with How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them, by by Halley Feiffer and directed by Ryan Welsh.
Performances run June 14 through 22.
Sisters Ada and Sam decide they need a friend and recruit wallflower Dorrie to join them in a dysfunctional triangle. This pitch-black comedy is about co-dependence and the definition of family.
Appropriate for adults only. This show has content that may be triggering including murder, profanity and sexual situations.
The Summer Circle stage is an outdoor performance venue located on MSU’s campus between the Kresge Art Building and the MSU Auditorium. Free parking is available across the street. In the event of rain, the performances will be moved into the Fairchild Theatre.