The Courier Times reported Feb. 25 on Arcadia University Theater’s presentation of Criminal Hearts, which occurs March 5-7 at The Chat Performance Area located in the Dining Complex. Criminal Hearts, by playwright Jane Martin, is the tale of a unique friendship spawned by revenge and half-truths. In this hilarious comedy, Ata Windus kills time on a lone mattress in her upscale condo surviving on nothing but pizza and Dr. Pepper. Her marriage being history, she avoids the outside world by endlessly sharpening pencils. Her hobbled-together “reality” is shattered by small-time crook Bo who breaks in one night. Kathryn Peterson, Assistant Professor of Theater Arts, directs this comedy. Read more.
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