“Third-Class Relationships” on Stage This Week

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The play “Third-Class Relationships” is being performed by third-year Department of Theater students in the Bilkent Theater Hall. The play opened last week, but audiences still have a chance to see this production; the two remaining performances will take place on Wednesday, April 30 and Friday, May 2 at 8 p.m.

“Third-Class Relationships” is actually composed of two different plays: “The Odd Couple” by Neil Simon and “Speaking of Bowls” by Israel Horovitz. The common theme running throughout the hour-and-a-half production is human relationships and their inherent conflicts and paradoxes: between men and women, love and friendship, cheating and being cheated on.

Playwrights: Neil Simon and Israel Horovitz
Director: İlham Yazar
Cast: Baran Can Eraslan, Barbaros Efe Türkay, Beste Güven, Melisa Su Taşkıran
Lighting: Yılmaz Ertekin
Poster Design: Yaz Akçura
Sound Effects: Hakan Coşar
Technical Assistants: Kıvanç Değirmenci, Gülşah Yiğit, Batuhan Polat
Backstage: Adnan Atalan
Place: Bilkent Theater Hall
Dates: May 1 and 2
Time: 8 p.m.
A bus going to the Tunus stop in the city center will depart from the FMPA building at 9:40 p.m.