2016-2017 Performances

        Celebrating over 50 Years of Theatre & Dance

Fall 2016


Written by: William Shakespeare
Director: Marc Jacobs
Dates: Nov 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 @ 8pm
Nov 20 @ 2pm
Location: University Theatre

An evil Queen and her idiot son, a puppet King, a virtuous Princess and her jealous husband and a headless corpse. And it's a comedy! "Cymbeline" finds Shakespeare mixing elements of "Othello" and "King Lear" into a comedy of epic proportions that might have been invented by Disney.


Producer & Choreographer: Nina Haft & Eric Kupers
Date: TBD

Dates: TBD
Location: TBD

These concerts introduce performers and work from across the campus and community. See the seeds of emerging work alongside bold experiments in movement. ICE-X is a production of the Inclusive Interdisciplinary Performance Ensemble

CSU Ferguson

Devised Presentation of Published & Original Works
Director: A. Fajilan
Dates: Dec 2, 3 @ 8pm
Dec 4 @ 2pm
Location: Studio Theatre

Focusing on RACE MATTERS as an umbrella and exploring how all oppresion is interrelated, this theatrical event will feature published segments of the Ferguson Syllabus from the New Black Arts Festival and CSUEB student's dramatic/comedic testimonies of survival, perserverance and resilience. Come see how a community response circle can create as spontaneous, newly devised, unique art piece within each performance.

An interactive piece about race. Riffing off of the Ferguson Syllabus, this newly devised interactive piece will incorporate the audience into works from Baldwin, Lorde, Guillermo Gomez Pena, Rock, Paul Mooney, Cultlure Clash, West, Dyson, Davis, spoken word artists and CSUEB students.

Tickets are available to purchase 3 three weeks before opening night.

Winter 2017


Music & Lyrics by: John Kander and Fred Ebb
Book by: Joe Masteroff

Director: Darryl V. Jones
Choreographer: Laura Ellis
Music Director: Sierra Dee
Dates: Mar 3, 4, 10, 11 @ 8pm
Mar 12 @ 2pm
Location: University Theatre

Welcome-come enter the sordid, yet enticing Kit Kat Club, presided over by a mysteriously raunchy master of ceremonies and the seductive Kit Kat Girls. Set in the midst of decadent pre-WWII Berlin, this 1998 version of the musical, revolves around the vibrant cabaret performer, Sally Bowles and her relationship with the closeted gay writer, Cliff Bradshaw. As the Nazis begin taking control of the German government, the atmosphere of the Kit Kat Klub and the lives of the characters begin to change dramatically. Cabaret became a landmark at its Broadway opening in 1967, winning eight Tony Awards and in 1972 was turned into an Academy Award winning movie. In 1998, a Broadway revival production of Cabaret combined elements of both the play and film, which went on to win 4 more Tony Awards.

Tickets are available to purchase online 3 weeks before opening night.

Spring 2017

Spring Dance Concert

Choreographer: Nina Haft and Eric Kupers
Dates: TBD
Location: TBD

Pilipinx Consciousness Night

Produced in cooperation wtih PASA

Dates: TBD

Location: University Theatre

Performance Fusion

Dates: TBD, University Theater

This annual production is a senior showcase, highlighting theatre and dance student works developed over the year and culminating in a festival performance. Advanced students create and express themselves through a fusion of short plays, performance art, dance, and dance theatre.

Tickets are available to purchase online 3 weeks before opening night.

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