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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
William Shakespeare
Directed by Anthony McKay
Oct. 8-17

William Golding’s
LORD OF THE FLIES
Adapted for the stage by
Nigel Williams
Directed by Caden Manson
Nov. 19-21 and Dec. 1-5

THE FULL MONTY
The Broadway Musical
Book by Terrence McNally, Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek
Directed by Patrick Wilson
Choreographed by Tomé Cousin
Music Directing by Thomas Douglas
Feb. 18-27

THE PLAGUE IN VENICE
Flaminio Scala
Adapted and Directed by Sasha Iliev
April 7-9 and April 19-23
 

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ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Eleanor Bishop
Feb. 17-20

At Studio 201 (201 N. Braddock Ave, Point Breeze)

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

Much Ado About Nothing

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
William Shakespeare
Directed by Anthony McKay
Oct. 8-17

I wonder that you will still be talking, Signior Benedick; nobody marks you.

What, my Lady Disdain are you yet living?

With this opening salvo, Beatrice and Benedick reignite their merry war in Shakespeare’s wittiest play. Located in Messina, Sicily, which seems to produce only golden weather, this sparkling comedy follows these droll sophisticates as they are felled by Cupid’s arrow resulting in a joyous journey of love and laughter.

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William Golding's Lord of the Flies

William Golding’s
LORD OF THE FLIES
Adapted for the stage by
Nigel Williams
Directed by Caden Manson
Nov. 19-21 and Dec. 1-5

Ralph: That’s not the beastie. It’s us.

Lord of the Flies, adapted from the classic novel, tells the tale of 11 students trapped on an island with no adults. They must fend for themselves and make their own rules – their survival depends on it. Some are driven by reason, others by basic human instinct. As they battle for dominance, they slowly realize that the real thing to fear is themselves.

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Antony and Cleopatra

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Eleanor Bishop
Feb. 17-20

He hath given his empire
Up to a whore

Antony and Cleopatra brings us face to face with the woman who has been remembered as much for her sexual prowess as for her political authority. Was the most pervasive feminine icon of all time a powerful ruler or a manipulative seductress? Experience this contemporary meditation on Shakespeare’s most complex female character.
 

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The Full Monty, The Broadway Musical

THE FULL MONTY
The Broadway Musical
Book by Terrence McNally, Music and Lyrics by David Yazbek
Directed by Patrick Wilson
Choreographed by Tomé Cousin
Music Directing by Thomas Douglas
Feb. 18-27

What I want? That’s easy…I want a job.
I want to feel like a person instead of a slob.
I want to wake up knowing where I’m gonna go.
Not going nowhere, wandering the streets of Buffalo.

The Full Monty is a story about desperation, hope and humanity. Based on the film of the same name, this American musical shifts the story from Sheffield, England to Buffalo, New York; but it could be anywhere. Anywhere people have experienced unemployment, felt stagnant in their own lives, or had a desire to take their clothes off for money. This hilariously touching story proves that with determination and grit, anything is possible—even going The Full Monty.

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The Full Monty
Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 W. 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212.397.4684
www.MTIShows.com
 

The Plague in Venice

THE PLAGUE IN VENICE
Flaminio Scala
Adapted and Directed by Sasha Iliev
April 7-9 and April 19-23

In this classic Commedia Dell’arte scenario, guest director Sasha Iliev will transport us to Venice in the late 16th century. Under the shadow of a possible Ottoman attack, the Venetian Doge and his cohorts must battle Plague from within, as she carefully claims victims and vies for control of the city. Who will win the battle for Venice—and will the City of Water ever be the same?

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04.15.2015
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