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Fall Season Lineup

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Faculty of Drama Fall Season

 

 

A DOLL’S HOUSE

by HENRIK IBSEN
tailored & directed by JASMINE ROTH

 

–A up to date tackle Ibsen’s traditional story of affection, marriage, patriarchy and transformation–

“It’s Christmas Eve 2023, and Christmas Eve 2024, and Christmas Eve 2025 and all different image excellent Christmas Eves that Nora will dwell in her lifetime except one thing occurs to irrevocably change her world. And one thing does. The arrival of an previous buddy catalyzes a sequence response of occasions that reveal the secrets and techniques that fester beneath the facade of the Helmer household house.”  –Jasmine Roth, Director

Performances:
Wednesday, Oct. 11 @ 8pm
Thursday, Oct. 12 @ 8pm
Friday, Oct. 13 @ 8pm
Saturday, Oct. 14 @ 2pm
Saturday, Oct. 14 @ 8pm


PUT YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER

by IKE HOLTER
directed by ALYSSA RIVERA

 

–Romantic comedy turned Apocalyptic thriller–

“This fast-paced curler coaster experience showcases the fast ascension of a relationship on one facet of the fence, and the devastating downfall of humanity on the opposite.” –Alyssa Rivera, Director

Performances:
Wednesday, Nov. 1 @ 8pm
Thursday, Nov. 2 @ 8pm
Friday, Nov. 3 @ 4pm
Friday, Nov. 3 @ 8pm


I THINK I’M STARTING TO WANT TO BE A MOTHER

primarily based on ‘Electra’ by EURIPIDES
tailored & directed by B KLEYMEYER

 

–A pop punk tackle a Greek revenge tragedy–

“It’s a meditation on {our relationships} to our mom and to one another. It permits us to look at queer and trans concepts of parenthood. It’s additionally a pop punk woman group live performance. Form of.” –B Kleymeyer, Director

Performances:
Saturday, Nov. 18 @ 8pm
Monday, Nov. 20 @ 8pm
Tuesday, Nov. 21 @ 8pm
Tuesday, Nov. 28 @ 8pm
Wednesday, Nov. 29 @ 8pm


LEAR

by YOUNG JEAN LEE
directed by TATIANA BACCARI

 

–A searing, hilarious, post-tragedy collision of Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’ and ‘Sesame Road’–

“The play asks us: what, if something, does a toddler owe a mum or dad? How can we speak about getting older and dying in our society? Can a younger era face the alternatives they’ve made once they not have their elders as voices of motive?” –Tatiana Baccari, Director

Performances:
Wednesday, Nov. 29 @ 8pm
Thursday, Nov. 30 @ 8pm
Friday, Dec. 1 @ 4pm
Friday, Dec. 1 @ 8pm

The submit Fall Season Lineup appeared first on Carnegie Mellon College Faculty of Drama.

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