Fayetteville, AR (PRWEB) May 19, 2014
The stage is set, the lines have been learned and the storylines are filled with thrill, excitement and life. The University of Arkansas Department of Drama (soon to be Department of Theatre), recently announced their 2014-2015 season.
The University of Arkansas Department of Drama is gearing up for another great season. The University’s Department of Drama is widely known for its many successful turnouts of past productions, and the advancements and developments of its professional leaders and students.
The University of Arkansas Department of Drama will be hosting an eclectic 2014-2015 season this upcoming school year consisting of productions produced for both the Mainstage Series and the Studio Series.
- “Godspell” Music and New Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; Book by John-Michael Tebelak Oct. 3-12, 2014 – Directed by Brandyn Smith (“Tribes,” “The Little Dog Laughed”)
- “Kin” by Bathesheba Doran Nov. 7-16, 2014 – Directed by Amy Herzberg (“33 Variations,” “Good People at T2”)
- “The Foreigner” by Larry Shue Feb. 20- March 1, 2015 – Directed by Michael Landman (“She Stoops to Conquer,” “A Streetcar Named Desire")
- “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Chekhov April 17- 26, 2015 – Directed by Kate Frank (“Company,” “Cabaret”)
- “Poor Relations” by Robert Flaherty Hart and “V is for Violin” by Brittany Taylor Sept. 25-28
- “Undergraduate Project” Nov. 20-23, 2014
- “Mountaintop” by Katori Hall Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2015
- “Kill/Shot” by Rachel Washington March 5-8, 2015
- “The Chairs” by Eugène Ionesco April 2-5, 2015
Season tickets are now available for both series at http://theatre.uark.edu or by calling the Department of Drama’s box office at 479-575-4752. There is also a new combo season ticket that allows you to see all 10 shows for one low price. Season subscribers will save up to 40 percent compared to individual show prices!
Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to see hard working and talented individuals dedicated to creating great theater at The University of Arkansas.
The University of Arkansas Department of Drama has been providing exciting and affordable live theatre for more than 60 years. They combine a first-rate theatrical education full of hands-on experience with a wide selection of titles to challenge their students and delight the community. The Drama Department produces eight shows a year: four large-scale productions at the University Theatre and four smaller shows in the Studio Series. Shows range from new works to classic favorites, from period pieces and Shakespeare plays to Broadway musicals. For more information, visit their website at http://drama.uark.edu/.