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With video: A dive off a school roof leads to love in Whitewater play

With video: A dive off a school roof leads to love in Whitewater play

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WHITEWATER — An atypical love story with a meet cute based in medical emergencies will be performed virtually next month.

The Whitewater Arts Alliance presents “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” a virtual theatrical play by Rajiv Joseph.

Hosted by the Whitewater Arts Alliance, the play goes live April 24. To read more go to https://www.lakegenevanews.net/entertainment/a-dive-off-a-school-roof-leads-to-love-in-whitewater-play/article_e27d360f-ffb3-5fec-9127-1ae74853efa7.html

Directed by Matt Denney and starring Johnathon Krautkramer and Alyssa Hannam, “Gruesome” is about two people who meet in an elementary school nurse’s office.

Kalyeen has a stomach ache, Doug took a running dive off the school roof. The scar-crossed lovers meet again and again over the next 30 years, being brought together by injury, heartbreak and their own self-destructive tendencies.

Tickets are pay-what-you-can at bit.ly/WAAGPI0421.

“Gruesome” will be available digitally from Saturday, April 24, at 5 p.m., through Sunday, April 25.

The actors in the two-person show are from the areas of Appleton and Fort Atkinson.

A graduate student at UW-Whitewater, Denney is also a board member and theatre outreach coordinator for the arts alliance.

For more about the alliance, visit www.whitewaterarts.org.

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