‘KAB Man’ to be performed in October

Oct 4, 2012 | General News, Liberal Arts

The Louisiana Tech School of Performing Arts is kicking off its 2012-2013 season. “KAB Man” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 16-20 and Oct. 23-27 in Howard Auditorium. Written by Mark D. Guinn, director of the School of Performing Arts, “KAB Man” is an original one-act play full of heroes defending the Keep America Beautiful campaign. The heroes, KAB Man, Kee-La-Belle and K-Linc, aim to prevent Louisiana from falling into the grimy hands of Big Pollution and the League of Trash. The 2010 production of “KAB Man” yielded nationwide recognition and received the Creativity and Outreach in Media Award from the Keep America Beautiful campaign. Admission is $10 for adults; $5 for seniors and students with a valid Tech ID. For tickets or additional information, contact the Howard Center Box Office at 318-257-3942. Written by Grace Moore