FACULTY INITIATIVE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE
4/4 - 4/6 - 7:30 pmShark! The Musical- developed by Alison Dobbins, Brad Willcuts and Alexis Bacon.
Thursday Friday Saturday 7:30pm,
FREE of charge
MSU Studio 60 Theatre, lower level of Auditorium Building
The story of a small beachside town grappling with social issues and a giant shark. YOU, the audience, control the action. Who lives, who dies, and how the story ends is in your hands. The audience controls the action through mobile application, vocal participation, and movement. The performance is 60 – 80 minutes with scripted and choreographed sections.
STUDENT PRODUCTION SERIES:
Second Stage Productions is a student-driven outlet for the creation of innovative theatre in the MSU Department of Theatre. Students are encouraged to express themselves through directing, acting, design, and production in a collective, experimental atmosphere of trial and error. Through this production organization, students are given the opportunity to think imaginatively in order to achieve their vision for storytelling on the stage.
3/29-30-31 - Three Tall Women
by Edward Albee
From Dramatists Play Service:
“A young lawyer…has been sent to the home of a client, a ninety-two-year-old woman…[whose] long life is laid out for display, no holds barred. She cascades from regal and charming to vicious and wretched as she wonders about and remembers her life: her husband and their cold, passionless marriage; her son and their estrangement. How did she become this? Who is she?”
Directed by Marshall Ross
Friday, March 29, at 7:00pm
Saturday, March 30, at 7:00pm
Sunday, March 31, at 2:00pm
Arena Theatre lower level of Auditorium Building
4/26-27-28 - Number The Stars
by Douglas W. Larche
From Dramatic Publishing:
"During the German occupation of Denmark in World War II, the Nazis closed down Jewish-owned businesses and began to round up the Jews for relocation to concentration camps for the final solution. Danish freedom fighters of all ages risked everything in daring, hurried attempts to rescue the entire Jewish population. In this stirring new play, young Annemarie and Kirsti Johansen face soldiers, interrogations, fierce dogs, personal danger, the loss of loved ones and their own fears as they try to help their friend Ellen Rosen escape across the ocean to Sweden and safely."
Directed by Isabella Stenz
Friday, April 26, at 7:00pm
Saturday,April 27, at 7:00pm
Sunday, April 28, at 2:00pm
Studio Theatre lower level of Auditorium Building