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"Dead Man's Cell Phone" was performed on campus in late February by students in the Department of Theatre and Cinema. The play, by contemporary playwright Sarah Ruhl, is a whimsical and abstract dreamscape about the distance between people, created and reinforced by dependence on digital technology. 

The beguiling comedy-drama explores one woman's dilemma when she finds herself in possession of a cell phone owned by a stranger she meets in a cafe -- a stranger who is deceased. The production was directed by faculty member David Johnson.