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Current Season

This 2021/22 season we’re welcoming all our patrons back to campus. While we learned a lot about approaching theatre through different modalities last season, we’re excited to get back to performing live for the public again. Don’t worry, we won’t forget what we’ve learned, and you’ll find that we will offer lots of options this next season as we all get back together.

Single tickets go on sale for each show 2-weeks prior to opening. An “All Access Pass” is currently available for $25. If off-campus are not permitted indoors, we will provide a streaming option for productions this season.

A musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT

As You Like It

A musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's
AS YOU LIKE IT
adapted by Shaina Taub and Laurie Woolery
music & lyrics by Shaina Taub
a partnership with the Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities
October 13-23

A ravishing new musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic story of chance encounters and self-discovery. An immersive dream-like tale of faithful friends, feuding families, and lovers in disguise.

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New Works Festival

A co-production with Order of Furman Theatre
NEW WORKS FESTIVAL
in honor of David Lee Nelson
November 15-20

The second main stage production of the season will be a New Works Festival of student work presented staged reading style and developed with support throughout the Summer and Fall months. A collaborative celebration of student, faculty, and guest artist envisioning of what's yet to come in the theatre world.

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A co-production with The Order of Furman Theatre: NEW WORKS FESTIVAL
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Tolstories

Special Performance
FROM ARISTOCRAT TO HOLY FOOL: TOLSTORIES
An original adaptation of selected Leo Tolstoy short stories by Doug Berky
December 2-4

Leo Tolstoy lived what one biographer described as a “profoundly Russian life.” While “profoundly Russian” may describe some aspects of Tolstoy’s life, it fails to capture the uniqueness of the life of this aristocrat turned “holy fool.”

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Late, A Cowboy Song

The Order of Furman Theatre presents
LATE, A COWBOY SONG
by Sarah Ruhl
January 20-22

When Mary is reunited with her old friend, Red, she’s faced with a choice: live a black-and-white life with her husband Crick or explore a more colorful world. The story of a marriage intermingled with cowboy melodies, LATE celebrates individuality, love, and breaking boundaries.

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Do You Feel Anger?

DO YOU FEEL ANGER?
by Mara Nelson-Greenberg
February 22-27

Sofia was recently hired as an empathy coach at a debt collection agency—and clearly, she has her work cut out for her. These employees can barely identify what an emotion is, much less practice deep, radical compassion for others.

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On the Verge

ON THE VERGE; or, The Geography of Yearning
by Eric Overmyer
April 5-10

Blending Tom Stoppard's limber linguistics with the historic overview of a Thornton Wilder, Mr. Overmyer takes his audience on a mirthful safari that leads from highest Himalaya to Terra Incognita, spinning into time travel.

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ON THE VERGE by Eric Overmyer