Award-winning French writer remembers her girlhood in Indochina.
Works by Faculty & students and featuring Guest Artist: John Henry.
Solo and group performance and feature guest Artists: Jeff Freidman & John Henry.
A dreamer's wish for divine intercession in our human suffering. A poet dreams a wish for divine intercession in order to discover the "why" of human suffering. In the dream, Indra's daughter descends to Earth and slowly discovers in scene after scene that men are truly pitiable. To understand the reason for this "illogical" state of affairs, she volunteers to become human. She discovers only too well the pains of being human. She retreats back to her realm, while the poet continues to fathom the mystery of the existence of suffering.
The American musical comedy! Based on Damon Ruyon stories.
The adored 19th century classic.
High school students present scenes and soliloquies.
A delightful 18th century comedy in which a lower class woman outwits three wealthy gentlemen of rank and power.
A reader's theatre, of women and ethnic literature, present by the students in Theatre Arts 3922.
An allegory about the fate of innocents who disappear.
An original adaptation of the Shakespeare classic.
A phantasmagoric theatre piece based on folk tales translated into a satire on human nature.
This play is centered on the unlikely friendship of two girls that began in high school.
A retelling of the story of the fall of Troy through the eyes of the woman who foretold the tragedy.
The comic/tragic quest of a father for his real (or illusory?) son. Full of imagery and magic.