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CCU to present monologues by area writers

February 27, 2004

Four short monologues written by local authors will be presented on Friday, March 12 at 7 p.m. in the Wall Auditorium at Coastal Carolina University. The event is free and open to the public.

The event features staged readings of two monologues by David Zinman of Conway, a veteran reporter, author and lecturer, and two by Lee Bollinger, an assistant professor of English and journalism at Coastal.

Zinmans works are:

Pigtails on the Diamond, read by Charles Dirienzo, a community theater actor and retired officer with the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in Murrells Inlet, with Pat Egloff.

The Two Mister Bernsteins, read by local radio personality Bill Howard of Surfside Beach.

Bollingers works are:

DWTW (Down With the Wind), a parody inspired by Margaret Mitchells famous novel, read by Sandi Shackelford, professor of dramatic arts at Coastal.

One Perfect Rose, Dorothy Parkers Crossroad,read by Colleen Lohr, associate provost and professor of biology at Coastal.

For information, contact Lee Bollinger at 349-2748.