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Law School's Theatre of the Relatively Talentless (TORT) to Present 'Back to the Future Interest'

JANUARY 23, 2013—The Law School's Theatre of the Relatively Talentless (TORT) will present its eleventh annual musical, "Back to the Future Interest," on Friday and Saturday, February 22-23, at the Pantages Theatre, 710 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis.

Like all TORT productions, it is written, produced and performed entirely by Law School students, with reckless disregard for talent. Tradition dictates cameo appearances by faculty and prominent members of the legal community. Scheduled to elevate the atmosphere for the 2013 production are cameo appearances by former U.S. Vice President Walter F. Mondale (’56), professors and Minnesota Supreme Court Justices.

"Back to the Future Interest" tells the story of Marty and Reagan, law students who get transported 30 years in the past to Mondale Hall in the year 1983. With the help of crazy Professor Brown they attempt to get back to 2013. If you have ever dreamt of seeing your professors as law students in the 80's, or if you love property law, this is the event you have been waiting for.

Tickets are available on the subplaza of the Law School, from 12:15-1:15 p.m., on February 11-14 at a special rate ($13) for University of Minnesota students with school I.D. For on-campus ticketing procedures, visit www.law.umn.edu/tort.html. Advance purchase of tickets is recommended.

Tickets are on sale now for the general public through Ticketmaster or the Hennepin Theatre Trust Box Office.

For information on group ticket rates (10 or more) or special accommodations, email tort@umn.edu.

Pantages Theatre doors open at 6 p.m. and performances start at 7 p.m.

As in previous years, Leonard Street and Deinard is a diamond level sponsor of the production.