Cap and Bells presented Black Comedy in the Currier Ballroom over the weekend, in a production that hilariously explored the theme of secrets revealed through the ideas of darkness and light. Originally written by the British playwright Peter Shaffer, Black Comedy is a one-act, slapstick play, and was directed by Amy Shelton ‘05,
After playing with the club volleyball team for five months, there are a few things you learn. For instance, how to hit the ball hard, to pass at (or near) your teammates, and to cheer in very clever ways. You also learn how to travel cheaply.