Last Saturday, I attended East Stroudsburg University’s production of “Jackie & Me.”
When I first heard “Jackie & Me” was chosen as the fall play, I researched it and thought it was going to be stupid. So, when the play went up, I was pleasantly surprised with how well the comedy of the show mixed with its message on discrimination and acceptance. Although I didn’t know everyone in the production, watching some of my friends in it added to my amusement.
As a staff writer for ESU’s student-run newspaper, “The Stroud Courier,” I decided to write about the production. I figured since I’m a theatre major, this would be right up my ally. I wrote a preview article on “Jackie & Me” and later, a review (pictured above) that were featured on the front page of the newspaper, which I’m really proud of.