The HCC Theater Department will present Fatal Fisticuffs, an original, live-streaming play, Nov. 19-21.
The scrip was wirtten HCC Theater by HCC alumnus Tom Roché '16 in collaboration with HCC Theater professor and director Tim Cochran and streaming coach and alumnus Cory Missildine '13.
The story: In a socially isolated world, not unlike our own, Clayton Day spends all of his time playing the online game Fatal Fisticuffs when he has a chance encounter with the world's greatest player, Boreas Knight. Clay becomes a somewhat reluctant student of Boreas, but this mentorship soon threatens a budding romance with his girlfriend, River. With a competition on the world stage approaching, Clay must choose what's truly important.
The play will be performed live online on the digital platform Twitich, Nov. 19-21 at 7:30 p.m., with a matine on Nov. 21 at 10 a.m.
The Friday, Nov. 20, performance will be ASL-interpreted.
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Prformances are free and open to all.
In lieu of ticket sales, the Theater Department is asking for donations to the HCC Foundation.