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The Playboy of the Western World
John Millington Synge
Directed by Don Wadsworth
Oct. 6-15

The Rover
Aphra Behn
Directed by David Bond
Nov.17-19/Nov. 29-Dec. 3

Ragtime
Book by Terrence McNally
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Based on the novel “Ragtime” by E.L. Doctorow
Directed and Choreographed by Tomé Cousin
Music Direction by Thomas Douglas
Feb. 23-March 4

Three Musketeers
Alexandre Dumas
Adapted by Megan Monaghan Rivas
Directed by Andrew Smith
April 13-15, 25-29

 

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Mr. Marmalade
Noah Haidle
Directed by Terrence I. Mosely
Nov.30- Dec. 3

Wife U
Adapted from Molière’s School for Wives by Eric Powell Holm
Directed by Ben Gansky
April 26-29

 

Tuesday Night Benefit Subscription Series

The School of Drama will again offer the Tuesday Night Benefit series to assist graduating seniors as they prepare for their annual Industry Showcase Tours in New York City and Los Angeles. Students in the Production Dramaturgy Program will hold regular post-show talkbacks with the audience and the casts and crews following the Tuesday evening performances.

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Upcoming Performances

The Playboy of the Western World

The Playboy of the Western World
John Millington Synge
Directed by Don Wadsworth
Oct. 6-15

I'm not understanding at all why you'd be worse than another, Christy Mahon, and you a fine lad with the great savagery to destroy your da.

Dubliners rioted when they learned that rural County Mayo was not as idyllic as they believed. John Millington Synge’s famous comedy, The Playboy of the Western World, caused uproar for days because the Irish “simply were not like this”—although Synge’s eyewitness experience disagrees. Prepare to have your rose-colored glasses knocked off by this down-and-dirty romance couched in the extraordinary poetry of Ireland’s playwright laureate.
 

The Rover

The Rover
Aphra Behn
Directed by David Bond
Nov.17-19/Nov. 29-Dec. 3

The banished cavaliers! A roving blade!
A popish carnival! A masquerade!

Immerse yourself in the chaotic world of the honorable. Aphra Behn wrote The Rover, a restoration comedy, in the 17th century after being betrayed by the English king. The enticing dramas of Willmore the Rover have excited royal and peasant audiences alike. The Rover will bring you timeless shenanigans and though provoking moments about a group of gentlefolk defending their rights to love and honor.
 

Mr. Marmalade

Mr. Marmalade
Noah Haidle
Directed by Terrence I. Mosely
Nov.30- Dec. 3

My imagination runs wild. You have no idea.

Lucy is a very bright girl considering she is only four years old. In spite of this, nobody seems to have time for her; not her mom, not her babysitter, not even her imaginary friend, Mr. Marmalade. But maybe that's a good thing because Mr. M is not the kind of imaginary friend you want a child to have.
 

Ragtime

Ragtime
Book by Terrence McNally
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Based on the novel “Ragtime” by E.L. Doctorow
Directed and Choreographed by Tomé Cousin
Music Direction by Thomas Douglas
Feb. 23-March 4

And there was distant music, simple and somehow sublime
Giving the nation a new syncopation
The people called it Ragtime!

Based on E.L. Doctorow's 1975 book, Ragtime is the story of America at the turn of the 20th century. The story portrays many parts of society, from African-Americans in Harlem to upper class white suburbanites to newly emigrated eastern Europeans. A story of opportunity and oppression, Ragtime reflects on the limitations of justice, hope for the future, and humanity's interconnectivity; ideas as important today as they were 100 years ago.
 

Three Musketeers

Three Musketeers
Alexandre Dumas
Adapted by Megan Monaghan Rivas
Directed by Andrew Smith
April 13-15, 25-29

One for all, and all for one!

This new adaptation of Dumas’ timeless classic follows the adventures of D'Artagnan in a reimagined 17th century France where women have the same opportunities as men. Women and men alike pursue romance, honor, and power in a world where the slightest misstep leads to a duel. The Three Musketeers is a romp that invites us all to renew our love of adventure stories and live in a world of peril and hope.
 

Wife U

Wife U
Adapted from Molière’s School for Wives by Eric Powell Holm
Directed by Ben Gansky
April 26-29

Arnolphe has no dating experience, so his friends are surprised when he invites them to his upcoming wedding. The lucky girl, he explains, has been in his specially designed “school for wives,” and he has been raising her since she was four.

Transposing Moliere's comedy of misogyny into our contemporary world of male entitlement, #masculinitysofragile, beta-male uprising, and mass-murdering men's rights activists, WIFE U seeks the point at which this play stops being funny.


04.15.2015
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