Student makeup wows crowd

Natalie Murphy nmurphy@foghornnews.com @foghorn_murphy Caitlynn Mitchell arrived at the Fine Arts Building three hours early to start applying her makeup for the 2 p.m. show. “I started working on my character right after Halloween. My fiancé upset me so I decided to make my character eat him,” Mitchell said. The class was tasked with not only creating a unique makeup design but also creating a full character with back-story and costume, said Shara Haghjoo, associate professor of drama. The class got off to a rocky start after Hurricane Harvey put everyone almost a month behind schedule. “This class was able…

“The Foreigner” comes to life at Finley

Jennifer Gracia jgracia@foghornnews.com Gutsy direction and a diligent cast bring help bring Larry Shue’s “The Foreigner” to life at the Finley Theatre. The play debuted in the early 80s, yet still resonates with some of today’s hot button issues, such as racism and xenophobia. Shue’s play offers comic relief and Del Mar Drama did not disappoint. Under the direction, of Kim Frederick, The Foreigner delivered laughs, shocks, and a quick language lesson. The play takes place in rural Georgia, Sgt. “Froggy” LeSeur played by Leo Lugo is helping his shy, anxiety ridden friend, Charlie Baker played by Marcus Garcia take…