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'Somebody/Nobody' takes stage at North Central

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  • Taylor Calderone, left, and Zoe Roechner rehearse a scene from the comedy "Somebody/Nobody" that opens Jan. 16 at Naperville's North Central College.

      Taylor Calderone, left, and Zoe Roechner rehearse a scene from the comedy "Somebody/Nobody" that opens Jan. 16 at Naperville's North Central College.
    Courtesy of North Central College

By Susan Kummerow
North Central College

Students at Naperville's North Central College will perform the comedy "Somebody/Nobody" four times from Jan. 16 to 19 in the college's Madden Theatre at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave.

The show takes center stage at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 16-18, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 19. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and senior citizens. For details, call the North Central College Box Office at (630) 637-7469 or visit

Written by Jane Martin, "Somebody/Nobody" takes direct aim at America's culture of celebrity. The high-energy play focuses around teen sensation Sheena Keener, darling of the press, as she hides from the paparazzi in the humble abode of a naive country bumpkin who idolizes her.

The production is directed by North Central professor of theater Deborah Harris.

The cast includes Taylor Calderone, a junior sociology and theater major from Mishawaka, Ind.; Megan O'Neill, a senior theater major from Naperville; Anthony James, a senior theater and psychology major from Quincy; Amanda Peck, a junior theater major from Woodridge; Adam Sehr, a sophomore political science major from Plainfield; and Zoe Roechner, a freshman musical theater major from Joliet.

North Central offers majors in theater or musical theater and a minor in dance. A full range of acting and dance classes is available, as well as opportunities to direct a full-length production.

Students of all majors can participate in musical and nonmusical performances, actor showcases and one-act plays and performances in the college's four theater venues. Full-time professors and active professionals who are artist-teachers serve as faculty.

Visit to learn more about studying theater at North Central College.


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