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A free FreshINK staged reading of the 2012 Pulitizer Prize winning play by Quiara Alegria Hudes
Somewhere in Philadelphia, Elliot has returned from Iraq and is struggling to find his place in the world. Somewhere in a chat room, recovering addicts keep each other alive, hour by hour, day by day. The boundaries of family and community are stretched across continents and cyberspace as birth families splinter and online families collide. Water by the Spoonful is a heartfelt meditation on lives on the brink of redemption.
The Rita, Bedford Concert Hall
Nov 9-10 | 7 pm
Kenosha Creative Space
Nov 10 | 2 pm
Tickets are not required for this free staged reading.
A play by Wisconsin playwright Marie Kohler, based on the novel by Daniel Defoe
Moll Flanders is a larger-than-life character whose drive for love and survival leads to sexual adventures, multiple marriages and a career as an infamous thief.
On the eve of her hanging at Newgate Prison, the infamous rogue tells her story to a minister bent on offering her one last, unlikely chance at salvation. The play tracks a double journey of transformation for Moll and the minister who, despite himself, is mesmerized by her free-wheeling, life-affirming tale. Midnight and Moll Flanders explores the influence of gender, class, free will and circumstance in an era as fiercely entrepreneurial as ours.
Nov 30-Dec 9 | Black Box Theatre
Nov 30, Dec 1, 7, 8 | 7 pm
Dec 2, 9 | 2 pm
A Tony Award winning musical for best book and score
Book: Greg Kotis
Composer: Mark Hollmann
A terrible water shortage caused by a 20-year drought has led to a ban on private toilets. People must use public amenities, regulated by a single company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity's most basic needs. Those who can’t afford the fees are ‘exiled’ to a mythic place called Urinetown, never to be seen again. One man must choose between following his heart towards love or a revolution that will lead the people to freedom. The outcome of the revolution is unknown but malevolent corporate greed meets its match in this hilarious, Tony Award-winning satire.
Mar 8-17 | Black Box Theatre
Mar 8, 9, 15, 16 | 7 pm
Mar 10, 17 | 2 pm
Shakespeare's most endearing comedy
The King of Navarre convinces his three best friends to swear an oath of chastity and contemplation meant to focus their minds on academia and last for three years. This immediately results in all four of them promptly meeting the loves of their lives. The young men’s studies soon give way to secret letters and amorous promises as the women set out to teach the men a thing or two about love. Love laughs at lofty ideals and brings barriers tumbling down in this charming and linguistically nimble comedy.
May 3-12 | Main Stage Theatre
May 3, 4, 10, 11 | 7 pm
May 5, 12 | 2 pm
For your convenience we offer you a number of ways to contact our Theatre Box Office for performance information and to purchase tickets for our theatre productions.
Individual Ticket Prices*:
*For musicals, the ticket price is an additional $2 per ticket. Visit the online box office for exact prices.
You can also email your ticket requests to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 262.595.2564 and speak with our friendly staff about available tickets and purchasing, or visit the Theatre Box Office near the Main Theatre entrance in the Rita. Call the Box Office for detailed hours or stop by one hour prior to each performance.
Please note that all ticket sales are final and that we do not refund money for tickets purchased but not used. All show titles and dates are subject to change, and every effort will be made to make show substitutions fair and equitable. Season ticket holders have the privilege of exchanging tickets for another performance date with no additional fee by contacting the box office in advance of the performance date on the original ticket. We will do our very best to provide you the best substitute tickets available. Based on limited ticket availability we cannot guarantee individual (non-season) ticket holders with ticket exchanges. We will do our best to exchange individual tickets for other productions but can make no promises that alternate ticketing will be available. All unused tickets can be donated to the department for resale or for free distribution to students and can be used by the purchaser as a tax deductible donation.