BY PAULA DE OLIVEIRA
"The commotion of cast members running back and forth backstage was drowned out by the distant sound of a drill. Stage designer Amy Cummings, with the drill in her hand, was focused on attaching the missing legs of a wooden table.
Along with several other HOOLIGAN Theatre Company members, the third-year gender studies student spent her spring break building the scenic elements for the company’s upcoming performance of Oklahoma! premiering Thursday at the Little Theater.
'When you drill you feel so powerful, especially when you’re able to build all this stuff just by yourself,' said Bahar Salih, a first-year economics student and member of the ensemble."
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