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An original work developed by Trinity Students
Directed by Roberto Prestigiacomo
Performed in the Attic Theater
What would you do to help someone who was being oppressed? How would you intervene? What steps would you take to make a difference? Trinity Theatre dares its audiences to confront these questions using a unique style of theatre. This one-of-a-kind project is a powerful theatrical tool that encourages audiences to confront these questions and get involved in creating social change.
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
Directed by Nathan Stith
Music Direction by James Worman
In this popular musical, a devious Witch tasks a childless Baker and his Wife to procure several strange items in order to lift her curse and start their family. As they journey into the woods, the pair encounters several familiar fairy tale characters who are hoping to fulfill their own wishes—for better or for worse. Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIshows.com
A dark comedy by Anne Washburn
Music by Michael Friedman, Lyrics by Anne Washburn
Directed by Rachel Joseph
In a post-apocalyptic future, survivors reenact episodes from The Simpsons. As decades pass and society rebuilds, Bart Simpson and his family become the mythology of a new culture. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Adapted by Ellen McLaughlin
Inspired by the comedy by Aristophanes
Directed by Stacey Connelly
Frustrated by a war that will never end, the women of Athens decide to employ a secret weapon until the men end the fighting once and for all. More than just tensions swell as the women, led by Lysistrata, hold out the allure of a peaceful climax. Will their seductive strategy defeat the combatants or just stiffen their resolve? Presented by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.
Aquila Theatre is one of the foremost producers of touring classical theatre in the United States. Based in New York, the company's mission is to "bring the greatest works to the greatest numbers," which they accomplish by performing in 50-60 American cities per year. The company also has an extensive international reach, traveling abroad with its repertoire of two plays, workshops, and educational programs. Aquila has performed at the White House on two separate occasions and has received a Chairman's Special Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities for its innovative applied theatre public programming.
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.