Notre Dame's Film Television, and Theater Department is well-known for producing three to four impressive productions a year. They range from musicals to dramas to tragedies to the classics (Our Town closed the season two years ago). This year is no different and for their second production of the year, they've chosen Rebecca Gilman's "Boy Gets Girl", a contemporary commentary on dating in the modern age.
It's been open for a week and reviews from friends who have already attended indicate that it's emotionally draining, intense, and an incredibly interesting and worthwhile production. One friend said it's even worth going for the set alone. The drama is directed by Siiri Scott, a Notre Dame faculty member and acted by undergraduates at the University. There will be performances through Sunday of this week, but tickets are going quickly.
For more info and to order tickets check out the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center's website here.