Cassandra by Leigh Kilgus
Kate and Jerry Taste Like Sherbert by Syd Kilroy
The Three Graces by Celeste Ollivier
Directed by Forrest Hartl
Glenn Wallichs Theatre / Seating is Limited - buy your tickets today!
**The New Works Festival scripts are appropriate for high school age and older. This production contains adult language, adult situations, and depicted violence - please see the theatre staff for more information.**
Through the discovery of her dead sister’s Dungeons and Dragons journal, Agnes learns that Tilly was as extraordinary in her real life as she was in her fantasy life. This high-octane dramatic comedy, chock full of homicidal fairies, evil ogres, and 90’s pop culture celebrates the geek warrior in all of us.
Directed by Stelle Salsbery (Johnston Center for Integrative Studies Senior)
Check out Stelle Salsbery's directorial debut in the Bulldog Blog:
Winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Circle Award.
The poetic power of science crashes into the damaged and dysfunctional household of a mother, two daughters and an ancient boarder and restores the potential of this family to heal.
Directed by Sophia Morrow (Theatre Arts Senior)
A Theatre Arts and School of Music co-production
A great comic opera masterpiece from the late 1800’s. Watch and listen with delight as the Major General, the Sargent of Police and the Pirate King clash like Keystone cops over the power of a woman’s love.
Stage Direction and Choreography by Sylvia Blush
March 20, 21, 27 & 28, 2020: 7 p.m. / March 22 & 29: 2 p.m.Buy Tickets to The Pirates of Penzance Now