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July 1, 2002 – The University of the Virgin Islands Bulletin Board issued today includes these announcements:
"For Better, For Worse" Extended for Additional Weekend
Due to popular demand, performances of "For Better, For Worse" have been extended for one additional weekend. The comedy by David Edgecombe, originally scheduled to conclude with the July 1 performance, will continue this Friday through Sunday, July 5 through 7. The play is being presented in the UVI Little Theatre, on the St. Thomas Campus. Showtime is 8 p.m.
"The extended run is in response to the favorable feedback we continue to receive," Edgecombe said. "The community has been warm and extremely receptive to the play."
Tickets are $15, and are on sale on-campus at the UVI Bookstore and the Reichhold Box Office, on St. Thomas at Krystal Gifts Galore in Tutu Park Mall, at all Modern Music locations and at Parrot Fish on Backstreet, and on St. John at Connections. For details call 693-1559. Commemorative T-shirts are available.
UVI St. Thomas Class of 2002 T-Shirts Go On Sale July 2
T-shirts for members of the UVI 2002 graduating class on St. Thomas go on sale on Tuesday, July 2, at the UVI Bookstore on the St. Thomas campus. Class members who have not already signed up for a shirt can have their names placed on a waiting list. Shirts are $10 each. For details call Elisa Niles at 693-1277.
For more on the University of the Virgin Islands, visit the website at www.uvi.edu.
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