UMD Theatre 2020–2021 Season
Book by Jon Hartmere and Damon Intrabartolo
Music by Damon Intrabartolo
Lyrics by Jon Hartmere
Directed by Thomas Jacobsen
April 29 & 30 & May 1 & 2 | 7:30 pm
Students at a Catholic boarding school struggle with issues of sexuality and personal identity as they search for answers from the Church, their peers, and ultimately, from within themselves.
Past '20-'21 Shows
By William Shakespeare | Adapted by Tom Isbell
Directed by Tom Isbell
September 24, 25, 26 (9/26-canceled performance), 27, 30 & October 1, 2, 3 | 5:00 pm | Live Outdoor Performances! | Free admission Ordean Court (facing Marshall Performing Arts Center)
A young King Henry V faces insurmountable odds when asserting his right to rule France. A thrilling story of courage, war and romance, containing some of Shakespeare's most inspiring language.
Note: Due to COVID-19, safety protocols will be in place at UMD Theatre's performances of Henry V for cast, crew and audience members. Masks required: UMD Theatre is asking cast, crew and patrons to all wear masks for the sake of an abundant amount of caution for the safety of everyone involved.
Reservations open now @ z.umn.edu/henryv
Please check tickets.umn.edu for all health, safety and performance updates based on COVID-19 issues.
Rebecca Katz Harwood & Matthew Wagner, Artistic Directors
FREE open streaming 7 pm Thursday, December 17 through Sunday, December 20
We're still dancing! Join us online to celebrate movement, creativity and resilience. Faculty and student choreographers will premiere original camera dances filmed in a range of styles and locations.
Join us on Zoom for a live watch party that includes chat and camaraderie while watching DanceWorks 2020: Thursday, December 17, 2020 | 7 pm
No registration required. Visit our ticketing website for DanceWorks 2020 links. z.umn.edu/danceworks2020
Love and Information
by Caryl Churchill
Directed by Lauren Roth
Virtual Live Stream performances
February 11, 12, 13 & 14, 2020 | 7:30 pm
In this kaleidoscopic series of vignettes, audiences will meet 100+ characters in a variety of everyday - and not so everyday - stories of life, love, and the information that shapes us.
Free streaming links and more information @ https://z.umn.edu/LoveInfo