Macbeth, a valiant general, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders King Duncan and takes the Scottish throne for himself.
Fefu lets her friends in on a cat-and-mouse game that she plays with her unseen husband. Pretty soon, Emma makes a glamorous entrance; the repressed Sue and Paula enter tentatively; and Julia is rolled in on a wheelchair that she may or may not need. Confused yet?
Department of Theatre and Dance productions are held in J. Peter Adler Studio Theatre (E.O. Bull Center for the Arts), MainStage Theatre (E.O. Bull Center for the Arts), and Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre (Swope Music Building). Both Buildings are located on High Street, near the intersection of Rosedale Ave. For GPS, use 817 South High Street, West Chester, PA 19383. Free parking is available behind both buildings.
Both buildings are located on High Street, near the intersection of Rosedale Ave. (For GPS, use 817 South High Street, West Chester, PA 19383)
Free parking is available behind both the E.O. Bull Center for the Arts and Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre. Enter from South Matlack Street, South High Street or the drive on E. Rosedale Ave.
Madeleine Wing dler Theatre
E.O. Bull Center Mainstage Theatre
J. Peter Adler Studio Theatre
Single tickets will go on sale in September and can be purchased two ways:
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All auditions for the Department of Theatre and Dance productions are open to the entire campus community. If you have questions regarding auditions, either email the contact name associated with each production below oremail Theatre Dance.
Prepare: Arrive 20-30 minutes early to sign in. Dress as you would for a contemporary dance
Prepare: Please prepare a one-minute Shakespeare monologue in verse for the audition. Other
details to follow.
for Macbeth. And for Fefu and Her Friends, contactAssistant Professor Martin Dallago
Auditions for our future productions will be announced throughout the semester. Check back here oremail Theatre Dance.
Dates and Shows are subject to change.