Bellevue College’s fall drama production is “Coupler,” a romantic comedy inspired by “Peter Pan” which follows the stories and interactions between passengers in the last car of a train in London.
“Coupler” explores themes such as love, friendship, trust and destiny. “They will become involved with these characters and their attempts to connect to one another,” said director and Chair of Theatre Arts Tammi Doyle.
“Love then friendship or friendship then love?” is a question that Doyle hopes audience members will consider while watching the play.
“Coupler” is a 70 minute long production and will be shown from Nov. 17-19 at the Stop Gap Theater. Tickets are $12 for the general public, but BC students, faculty and staff can purchase their tickets for $10 at the Brown Paper Tickets website.