A Binghamton University play staged in the 5th dimensionBy Odeya Pinkus Watters Theater in the Fine Arts Building was transported to another dimension last weekend, as Binghamton University’s theatre department staged “The Twilight Zone.” In this stage adaptation of Rod Serling’s television show, audiences were treated to a night of sci-fi, mystery and suspense. Premiering in 1959, “The Twilight Zone” became a hit among its fan base, eventually winning Serling two Emmys and a Golden Globe Award. In its 156 episodes, it featured such talented actors as Morgan Freeman and skilled writers like Ray Bradbury. The show ran until 1964 and was eventually adapted into a movie, comic books, a series of graphic novels and now, a two-act play. “Watching The Twilight Zone should be mandatory for every art student until the end of human existence. Yes, it’s that good. Guided by Voices good.” Read the entire article here: http://www.bupipedream.com/release/31722/a-campus-play-staged-in-the-5th-dimension/
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