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September 27-29 & October 2-5, 2019
Directed by Rachel Joseph
Performed in the Attic Theater
Legendary modernist Gertrude Stein’s 1938 Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights riffs on versions of the Faust myth, questioning traditional notions of knowledge, identity, and power. Doctor Faustus sells his soul to Mephisto for the power of electric light. A viper in the woods bites Marguerite Ida and Helena Annabel, a mysterious woman whose name is a mash-up of iconic literary characters. Suddenly, after Doctor Faustus heals her, she gains the power of natural light without selling her soul, making the ill-gotten gains of Doctor Faustus all for naught. Can Marguerite Ida and Helena Annabel’s multiplicity and connection with the natural world prevail over the moral bankruptcy of Doctor Faustus and the devil?
November 15-17 & 20-23, 2019
Directed by Nathan Stith
Based on an unfinished Charles Dickens novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Rupert Holmes is a madcap musical comedy whodunit! At every performance, the audience votes on who they think murdered Edwin Drood! Join us at the Music Hall Royale, where a troupe of Victorian actors reenact Dickens' novel and then lets you decide how the story ends!
February 21-23 & 26-29, 2020
Created by Trinity Students
Directed by Kyle Gillette
This new performance piece explores cities and the ways memory, travel and imagination intersect. Drawing from literature, film and other arts that depict experiences of urban travel as well as personal memories of cities known or imagined, students interweave remembered cities and hoped-for cities, cities that have vanished and cities that have never been.
April 17-19 & 22-25, 2020
Directed by Stacey Connelly
Prosperous Orgon takes pious Tartuffe into his home and heart, to purify his family and ensure his salvation. Yet his devout friend plots to claim much more than his soul! How will Orgon's patient wife, charming children, and saucy maid withstand the wiles of their tyrannical guest? Molière's delightful comedy will keep you guessing and laughing.
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.