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Communications & Theatre

The Dining Room 2008

The play is set in the dining room of a typical well-to-do household, the place where the family assembled daily for breakfast and dinner and for any and all special occasions. The action is comprised of a mosaic of interrelated scenes—some funny, some touching, some rueful—which, taken together, cr

Nunsense 2009

Directed by Professor Don Butler Five quirky nuns stage a variety show to raise money for the burials of their dearly departed sisters. An international phenomenon with more than 5,000 productions worldwide, Nunsense features comic surprises, star turns, tap and ballet dancing, and even an audienc

The Fantasticks 2007

It tells an allegorical story concerning two neighboring fathers who put up a wall between their houses to ensure that their children fall in love, because they know children always do what their parents forbid. After the children do fall in love, they discover their fathers' plot and they each go o

The Imaginary Invalid 2009

Directed by Professor Robert Homer-Drummond Molière's last play, a sparkling satire on the medical profession written, ironically, in the final days of the playwright's life. Doctors and patients alike come under scrutiny when Argan, the hypochondriac, decides that his daughter must marry a physici

The Tempest 2007

Shakespeare's last known play, "The Tempest," tells the story of Prospero, Duke of Milan, and his daughter, Miranda, who are marooned on a magic island. It's a tale of tragic betrayal and revenge, complete with spirits, witches and terrible sea storms.

The Winter's Tale 2009

In this fanciful tale for the Winter season, Shakespeare draws us through “unpathed waters and undreamed shores” into marvelous adventures that include a shipwreck, a ravenous bear and a lost princess. He leaves us with the possibility of redemption, but only after faith has been fully tested.


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