North Hennepin’s ‘Theory of Relativity’ Runs Through Nov. 19
North Hennepin Community College students will be on stage starting Wednesday performing “The Theory of Relativity.”
Students say the show is a metaphor for connecting with people in real life.
“We’re all different, but we’re all human and we can live on this awesome earth and we can use it to express ourselves and connect with one another,” said Dani Lanes, a performer in the show.
The show features several monologues and songs that highlight different stories.
“There’s so many different stories and arcs where you can look at your own life and reflect,” said Amy Moulds, actor. “We start off kind of separated in our own little worlds and then by the end, we’re all singing together and we’re all friends even though we don’t really know each other.”
The show runs through Saturday, Nov. 19.
For more information on tickets and showtimes, click here.
Also running this week: Wayzata Students Perform “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” Through Nov. 19