Desperate Theater Major Prepares Big Number for Tech Expo

EVANSTON – Optimistic about her chances of impressing the abundance of theater and arts leaders in the audience with her impeccable technique and sense of space, theater senior Susan Eubanks, SoC ’16, prepared a big one-woman show dubbed “Boundaries of the Fourth Wall: The Limits of Stanislavski” for Thursday night’s Tech Expo.

“Steppenwolf, Lookingglass, and a bunch of other places did not really get on the same wave with me during my audition pieces, so I decided to try other avenues,” stated Eubanks on her motivation for appearing at the Thursday, Jan 28 event that featured upwards of 70 employers. “I really hope they payed attention to the finer details of my stage movement,” she added.

At press time, none of the attending financial, consulting, and technological companies slated to be present at the event responded to the Flipside’s request for a statement regarding their opinion of Eubank’s performance.

“I really feel I can get a gig out of this one,” Eubanks concluded.

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Adam Pecena
Before joining the Flipside, Adam worked as the Czech correspondent for GQ Magazine, where he covered beer, fringe sporting events, and celebrity dating. At Northwestern, he has been voted “Most Likely to Wear Crocs” by his floor mates for three consecutive years. Adam’s career highlights include heroic attempts at reviving 90’s white boy pop with his band “Czech4Lyfe.” In his free time, Adam likes to throw Starbursts at the elderly and read 19th century Russian fiction, preferably simultaneously. Recently, Adam sent a hit man to kill Jordan’s $400 black piranha because he loves killing fish, and hates Jordan.

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