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Tamlynn BrysonActing students Tamlynn Bryson (pictured above) and Kyle Kimmerly present an original play Sunday in the Jackman Dramatic Art Centre.

Student stage work to explore decision-making process

What goes through someone’s mind when facing an impossible decision?

UWindsor drama students Tamlynn Bryson and Kyle Kimmerly explore this question through their original show, Working Title: Undecided, which will premiere March 29 in the Hatch Studio Theatre.

The play is set in the mind of Tess, played by Bryson, and begins just after she has received a marriage proposal. Caught between whether to say yes or no, Tess desperately explores any decision-making device she has at hand, including the varied opinions of audience members, to help her decide what to do.

Bryson and Kimmerly call themselves are “extremely passionate” about creating original work that contributes to Canadian theatre.

“With Working Title: Undecided, we are exploring a fun and relevant subject matter, along with reminding audiences why theatre is a unique forum that offers something film and television cannot,” says Bryson.

Performances are scheduled for 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $5, available at the door or in advance at drawingboardprod@gmail.com or 226-787-1125.