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    Theatre Productions

2021-22


 

New Play Arena

Directed by Sara Katzoff
Arena Theatre

The work of UAlbany Student Playwrights will be celebrated in this unique production. 

Oct 15 - 3pm, Oct 16 - 2pm, Oct 16 - 8pm, Oct 17 - 2pm, Oct 20 - 8pm, Oct 21 - 8pm, Oct 22 - 10pm, Oct 23 - 8pm

 

A Dream Play

By August Strindberg
Adapted by Caryl Churchill
Directed by Angela Ledtke
Lab Theatre

In this modern “Everywoman” play a young woman sets out on a journey in the course of which she encounters life’s wonders, contradictions and absurdities. August Strindberg’s dream world comes alive with fresh, contemporary resonances in this adaptation by leading feminist playwright Caryl Churchill.

Nov 11 - 8pm, Nov 12 - 10pm, Nov 13 - 8pm, Nov 14 - 2pm, Nov 18 - 8pm, Nov 19 - 3pm, Nov 20 - 2pm

 

Twelfth Night

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Chad Larabee
Lab Theatre

On an island where everyone’s in love with someone, but no one’s in love with the someone who loves them back, a castaway may be able to set everything right. Twelfth Night is a classic tale of gender-bending hijinks, mistaken identity, and the quest for true love.  “If music be the food of live, play on.”

March 31 - 8pm, April 1 - 3pm, April 2 - 2pm, April 3 - 2pm, April 7 - 8pm, April 8 - 10pm, April 9 - 8pm, April 10 - 2pm

 

Fresh Acts

Artistic Director Kate Walat
Lab Theatre

The Theatre Program’s annual festival of play readings features works written, directed, and performed entirely by students. See some of the freshest writing that UAlbany has to offer, and be a part of the dynamic process of theatre being made, in the kind of creative collaborations at the heart of the American theatre.

April 20 - 8pm, April 21 - 8pm, April 22 - 3pm, April 22 - 10pm, April 23 - 2pm, April 23 - 8pm


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The UAlbany Theatre Program productions serve as learning labs for our students. Due to COVID-19, the Theatre Program's fall productions (and possibly spring productions) will be online, virtual performances, provided free of charge. This means the program will not have any box office income this year, which normally helps cover a large part of our production costs. Please consider making a gift to the program.

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