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Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

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Oct 21, 2013

Buddhist monks, mako sharks, yard sales, the cereal
aisle, dream sequences and a wedding. This irreverent
and slightly absurdist look at love in the 21st century
asks the burning question: How soon is too soon to
sleep with a shark?

Swimming in the Shallows by Adam Bock

Directed by David Haugen

Presented in the Elizabeth Evans Baker Theater, Kantner Hall

Performance at 8:00pm

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