What can we say? It's the greatest love story of all, and there’s never been a better time for an immersion in the timeless poetry, passion, light and shadow that Shakespeare’s classic offers. Amid endless distractions, generational anxiety, and a deeply divided community, two young lovers risk all for something pure and true.
Adapted from Charles Dickens
Directed by Dan Matisa
Performances November 30-December 3, 2023
Back by popular demand, Dan Matisa’s sparkling, family-friendly adaptation of the Dickens classic turns the Hartmann stage into a live broadcast studio, with delightful music and Foley sound effects, nimble actors in multiple roles, and treasured characters Scrooge, Marley, Bob and the Cratchits, those Christmas spirits, and of course the beloved Tiny Tim. God bless us, everyone!
Performances February 8-10 in the O’Sullivan Studio Theatre
From Bradley Theatre’s student producing organization, The Ministry of Experimental Theatre (The MET), comes a production comprised of all-new theatre work. It may be a selection of short plays written on a dare, a slate of staged readings by new and established playwrights, or something completely different. Whatever its final form. it will be entertaining, unconventional, and on the edge. As they say, Watch this space!”
Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. A raucous adventure and the true(ish) story of an 1869 expedition by the one-armed captain John Wesley Powell and a crew of eccentric volunteers who set out to chart the course of the Colorado River. This mad, gender-bent comedy from one of our most acclaimed playwrights is, in the words of New York Magazine, "marvelously destabilizing both as history and theater,” and “biting satire when sent up by women.”