2018-2019 SEASON

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Tickets and more information coming September 3rd, 2019!

 

The Liar

by David Ives, adapted from Le Menteur by Pierre Corneille
directed by William Irwin
October 25-27, & November 1-3, 2019
 
Audition information available on Facebook, or the bulletin board outside the UM Flint Theatre office.
 

Paris, 1643. Doranty is a charming young man in search of romance who has one major flaw...he cannot tell the truth. In quick succession, he meeats Cliton, a manservant who cannot tell a lie, and falls in love with Clarice. In his efforts to woo her, he invents a tale of his amazing military feats, unleashing a web of falsehood that ensnares everyone, sparking mishaps, mistaken identities, and lie upon lie. In an age when our leaders play fast and loose with the facts, David Ives' adaptation takes one of the world's greatest comedies by the classic French playwright Pierre Corneille and brings it forward with sidesplitting modern sensibilities. 


 

Fall Dance Concert

Choreographed by Dance Faculty and Students

November 14 & 15, 2019

Audition information available on Facebook, or the bulletin board outside the UM Flint Theatre office.

Faculty and Student Choreographed yearly dance concert featuring a variety of dance styles and suitable for all ages.

 


 

Antigone

by Sophocles
directed by Janet Haley
January 24-36, & January 31-February 2, 2020
 
Audition information available on Facebook, or the bulletin board outside the UM Flint Theatre office.

Civil war. Sibiling rivalry. King Creon of Thebes forbids anyone from burying The Traitor. When his niece Antigone, discontent to let her "traitor" brother go without proper funeral rites, takes matters into her own hands, sparking a family feud that pits father against son, sister against sister, and civil law against the gods. Translation to be announced. 


 

Ordinary Days

by Adam Gwon
directed by Stephanie Dean
March 27-29, & April 3-5, 2020
 
Audition information available on Facebook, or the bulletin board outside the UM Flint Theater office.  
 
Set in new York City, the musical follows four characters, Claire, Jason, Warren, and Deb, exploring how their ordinary lives connect in the most amazing ways.

 


 

Spring Dance Concert

CHOREOGRAPHED BY BETH FREIMAN AND EMMA DAVIS
April 10-11, 2020
 
Audition information available on Facebook, or the bulletin board outside the UM Flint Theatre office.
 

Faculty Choreographed yearly dance concert featuring a variety of dance styles and suitable for all ages.