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By Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Kyle Gillette
Something happened to Chloe after that party last Saturday night. Something she says she can’t remember. Something everybody is talking about. Set at a Midwestern high school, in a world of Facebook and Twitter, smartphones and YouTube, Good Kids explores a casual sexual encounter gone wrong and its very public aftermath.
Written and performed by Trinity students
Directed by Rachel Joseph
A group of actors performs simultaneously between two sets of footlights. Plays, dances, songs, stand-up, and slam poetry come and go along with characters, costumes, and worlds as if in a dream. The nine actors ask the audience to consider: What do you carry? What are you between? What are your worlds? Written by Trinity students, Between Worlds, A World Premiere Devised Performance offers the audience a meditation on the liminality of theatre.
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Stieren Guest Artist Nona Shepphard
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s most magical comedy, follows four Athenian lovers as they lose themselves in a forest of mischievous fairies, rustic players and misfired love potions. Everyone pursues each other on the eve of midsummer—a night when anything can happen.
Directed by Stieren Guest Artist Nona Shepphard, Associate Director of the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
By Eugene Ionesco
Directed by Roberto Prestigiacomo
Join the Smiths and the Martins at a very silly dinner party, where nothing is as it seems. Weird, fun, and totally unexpected, The Bald Soprano is a hilarious assault on realism, pitting convention against chaos. The play is known for its comic caricatures and absurd non-sequiturs that celebrate the tragedy of small talk and banality of communication.
* Please note, this performance opens on Thursday and closes the following Thursday due to the Easter holiday.
Unless otherwise noted, all productions will be in the Stieren Theater, located in the Ruth Taylor Theater Building across from Northrup Hall.
Free parking is available in the Laurie Auditorium parking garage, in the outdoor parking lot by the Dicke Smith Music and Art Building (just east of the Ruth Taylor Theater Building), and at Alamo Stadium.