By Alia Tavakolian.
Hills Like White Elephants follows Jig and Tom, a young couple awaiting a train to Madrid, and trying desperately to navigate through a miserable moment in both of their lives. Together they meet a potpourri of dark and colorful characters who wander through the world of the train station and assist Jig and Tom in making a difficult decision.
By Trigg Burrage.
Jenna Silvan is a young professional living in New York City. After a series of failed relationships with wealthy New Yorkers, her love life takes a turn after a homeless man breaks in to use her shower in her apartment. It is criminal comedy at its best...and sure to have you laughing along the way.
By Emilee Kyle.
It's 1962, and Salvador Dalí has just been offered the chance of a lifetime - to illustrate The Bible. This is where the real world ends, and ours begins.
By Lydia Kapp.
By Piper Werle.
By Truett Adams.
Addie, kept under the "protection" of her family for 23 years, finally sees a way out. Can she take it? In Fireflies and Honeysuckles, courage and comedy come together for an evening of discovering what it really takes to leave home.
Written & Directed by: Adam A. Anderson
Co-Directed by: Jeffrey Colangelo
Choreographed by: Claire Cuny
Adam A. Anderson at email@example.com or 561.398.6739
Boom, by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, is the story of Jo, a female journalism student, and Jules, a male marine biologist, who meet in a subterranean research lab for an erotic "casual encounter." But there's nothing casual about this particular evening. Could meaningless sex have meaning? What's going on in the fish tank? And who is that woman, Barbara, pulling levers in the corner? Something is about to explode. Boom stars (producer) Jason Moody, Elizabeth Peterson and Aleisha Force, and it is directed by Miranda Parham. Produced and presented through SMU Student Theater.
Jason Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org
Combat Theatre is a 24-hour theatre festival. Writers will be given prompts on Saturday, January 28 at 8 p.m. They have 12 hours to write, and at 8 a.m. on Sunday morning, January 29, they will hand their scripts to their director. Directors and actors have 12 hours to rehearse, and the show starts at 8 p.m. on January 29.
Come out and support SMU Student Theatre!
Donny Repsher at 469-222-2619 or email@example.com
Directed by Isaac McGinley.
Of this modern retelling of Aeschylus’s story of the 50 daughters of Danaus who run away from an arranged marriage with their cousins, The Guardian said, “Chuck Mee shakes up fragments of an ancient Greek trilogy, adds some 21st century preoccupations, and serves it up, with a knowing wink, on the Italian Riviera.” It’s delightful, witty, athletic, coolly ironic, and ... fiercely entertaining!