SAN MARCOS — The Southwest Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance presents Ellen McLaughlin’s contemporary drama, Tongue of a Bird, Feb. 18-22 at 7:30 p.m., and Feb. 23 at 2 p.m.
The show will take place on the main stage of the Theatre Center on the SWT campus. Tickets are $10 for the general public, $5 for students.
Tongue of a Bird features Maxine, a search and rescue pilot known for her ability to “see things” that most people don’t. When Maxine is hired to help find a little girl abducted during a mountain hike, revelations about the missing girl unveil dark secrets and memories kept locked in Maxine’s past.
Left - Maxey Whitehead, Dallas, Junior, Theater major Right - Jill Swanson - Houston, Sophomore, Theater Major
Tongue of a Bird features veteran actors from previous productions at SWT, including Melissa Vogt (Chicago), Maxey Whitehead and Breanna Stogner (Hay Fever), Jamie Teer (At-Random Productions), as well as introducing transfer student Jill Swanson as Maxine.
Media coverage of this project is invited, and press passes are available for the Feb. 18 performance. For further information, contact Jayme Blaschke at SWT Media Relations and Publications at (512) 245-2180 or the SWT Box Office at (512) 245-2204.