The School of Drama now provides content advisories for its season of plays. If you choose to read the advisories below, please be aware that it may reveal elements of the plot prior to viewing. While the school does not have a policy on admission for children, parents are urged to use their own discretion when considering what is appropriate.
For any questions regarding content advisories, please email Maria Stoy, Box Office Manager at email@example.com.
The play contains discussions of American political history, Christianity, and nationalism throughout. The text briefly alludes to domestic abuse, alcohol abuse/addiction, recreational drug use, and suicidal ideation, all through poetic, abstract language. It also depicts sudden displays of aggression in a rehearsal room setting, brief hand-to-hand combat, and a graphic murder with blood.
Love and Information
The play is a series of short scenes, some of which depict the possibility of sexual violence and torture as well as situations regarding grief and loss.
The Kennedy Plays
Various plays contain discussion and description of segregation and strong racial language and violence. Suicide is discussed. Medical conditions and procedures, including coma and miscarriage, are presented.
The play contains strong language and discussion of mental health and medical experiments. Scenes of intimacy as well as elimination, are present in the action. The play culminates in a shocking and violent act.
A Hit Dog Will Holler
The play refers by name to Black victims of racial violence and confederate monuments. There is strong language and references to prescription drugs.
The play contains some crude language regarding sex, as well as drinking to the point of alcohol poisoning.
the end of the future is now
The play contains dialogue and discussion of sexual assault and domestic violence. Violence with firearms and knives and onstage death are depicted.
The play portrays drunkenness; there is strong language throughout.
Nathasha, Pierre and the Great Comet
The play has characters alluding to depression and suicidal thoughts; one character ingests poison. The slur “gypsy” is used multiple times, derogatorily.
The play contains strong language and particular references to suicide and depression. A relationship between two first cousins, which began when they were children, is part of the plot.
New Works and Dance/Light
Not available at this time; content descriptions will be posted in Spring 22.