Events by EventfulRod Serling’s ‘The Twilight Zone’
It is rare for a television work to be considered both 'ahead of its time' and 'timeless' all in one. The eerie music, Rod Serling's voice drawing you in, that surprise twist ending that ties together the story that's pulled you in for the past 30 minutes….we've all encountered some aspect of 'The Twilight Zone'. Director and faculty of Theatre, Elizabeth Mozer was inspired by this Emmy award-winning artist, Rod Serling, who lived Binghamton, NY in the 1920-1930's. Original teleplays are re-imagined for the stage by Binghamton University students and faculty while remaining true to Rod Serling's artistic intentions.
Talk-back with director and special guest to follow the March 16th performance