LSMSA theater students to present ‘The Servant of Two Masters’

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Secrets, mistaken identity and flying food ensue in the athletic farce for all ages as the Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts presents “The Servant of Two Masters.”

Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday Nov. 2-4 with a matinee set for 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, and will be held in the Black Box located in the Center for Performance and Technology.

Tickets are $7. Students from LSMSA and Northwestern State University get in free with proper identification.

Written in 1746, the play follows the adventures of Truffaldino who, in order to make an extra florin or two, agrees to be the servant of two masters; unbeknownst to either of them. It does not help that one is a woman who is disguised as a man to find her fiancé who happens to be the other master.

Cast members include Gracie Messina, a senior from Baton Rouge; Victoria Sosa, a junior from Lake Charles; Michael Bass, a senior from Bossier City; Myles Fabre, a junior from Baton Rouge; Hannah Rice, a senior from Mandeville; Christopher Comeaux, a junior from Covington; Charlie Roppolo, a senior from Denham Springs; Hannah Miller, a senior from Baton Rouge; Caroline Adkins, a junior from Shreveport; Caitlyn Morrison, a senior from Leesville; Anne-Marie Higginbotham, a junior from Lafayette; Emma Millisor, a senior from Anacoco; and Sofia Rivera, a senior from Covington.

Technical crew members include Caitlin Foster, a senior from LaPlace; Esther Seo, a junior from Bossier City; Caleb Coleman, a sophomore from Geismar; Donovan Dowden, a junior from Shreveport; Kayla Kay, a junior from Lake Charles; Katie McElveen, a junior from DeRidder; Zoe Roques, a sophomore from Broussard; Autumn Downen, a senior from Choudrant; Kerry Doyle, a senior from Eros; Emma Gruesbeck, a junior from Natchitoches; Brileigh Elton, a sophomore from Bastrop; Shemya Mozeke, a senior from Homer; Kaitlyn Randall, a senior from Vidalia; Ruby Kharod, a senior from Opelousas; Mei Scott, a junior from Shreveport; Emily Ann Dart, a senior from Bossier City; and Casey Tonnies, a junior from Bossier City.

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