The Theatre program of the University of Louisiana's School of Music and Performing Arts present Jason Wells' black comedy The North Plan as the Spring mainstage Theatre production.
After a criminal faction seizes power in Washington, Carlton Berg, a bureaucrat for the State Department, steals the new regime's top-secret kill list. Unfortunately for Carlton, the chase has come to an end in a police station in the Ozarks town of Lodus, Missouri. With a pair of DHS agents closing in to retrieve him and recover the data, Carlton's last hope is in the people around him: an unsympathetic police chief, an ambivalent administrative assistant, and fellow prisoner Tanya Shepke, a motor-mouthed hot mess who's turned herself in for drunk driving and thinks Skynyrd needs to be on the new money.
Performances will be held in Burke Theatre in Burke-Hawthorne Hall. Tickets are free to UL Lafayette faculty, staff, and students with current Cajun Card, and $10 for the general public. Tickets available online.
Contains adult content and situations, pervasive profanity, not suitable for children.
Tickets available online using the link below. Free to all current UL Lafayette faculty, staff, and students with Cajun Card. General Admission tickets are $10. There will be an additional $3 service charge for tickets purchased at the door.