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Frank (played by Paul D. Welle ’11, left) and Poole (Jiho Lee ’08) plan the firing of a rocket in “Incendiary Evidence.” The play, written by Rony D. Kubat G and directed by Emilie Slaby, is about firing rockets and other incendiary devices. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.



Cory (played by Rachel Nagin of Wellesley College) defends his innocence to the police. “Square One,” written by Justine M. Spingler and directed by Usman O. Akeju ’08, is a collection of three monologues that recount the story of one fateful night. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.



Caffeine, Alcohol, Marijuana, and Nicotine (clockwise from ground) ponder a lime-green toxic-looking liquid. “Vice Play,” written by Sally E. Peach ’09 and directed by Danbee Kim ’09 (also a Tech cartoonist), stars Nicolina A. Akraboff ’08, Alaina Hourigan, Monica F. Kahn ’10, and Sean P. Faulk ’11, respectively, as they attempt to get a deeper understanding of their individual worlds. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.



Cinderella (played by Yekaterina Radul ’11, left) and Rapunzel (Erika L. Bakse ’09) discuss Cinderella’s true feelings and her take on life. “Happily Ever After,” written by Shelly Manber ’08 and directed by Yuri A. Podpaly G, shows a different side to familiar fairy tales. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.



Jesse (played by Gabrielle Ab of Wellesley College) tries to figure out what happened to her on one fateful night. “Square One,” written by Justine M. Spingler and directed by Usman O. Akeju ’08, is a collection of three monologues that recount the story of that night. MIT Dramashop presents four One Acts Nov. 8–10 at 8 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre.



Jared C. Sadoian ’10 performs one of the MIT Chorallaries classic songs “Africa” by Toto during the Songfest held last Saturday during Family Weekend.



The MIT/Wellesley Toons perform “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from the movie Mulan on Oct. 18 for the Family Weekend Songfest in Kresge.



Shamarah J. Hernandez ’12 from the MIT Muses shows off her skills singing “Shut Up and Drive” by Rihanna on Oct. 18 at Songfest during Family Weekend.



The a cappella group Resonance opens Songfest on Oct. 18 with Caroline H. Hunting ’11 belting “That Thing” by The Fugees during Family Weekend.



Stephanie Senna ’12 from the MIT Cross Products sings “All Things Are Possible” by Darlene Zschech last Saturday in Kresge as part of the Songfest held during Family Weekend.


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