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 Fall 2004 - Spring 2005 

 

SPOTLIGHT

Man of La Mancha
By Dale Wasserman
Directed by David Skeele

In the darkest days of the Spanish Inquisition, the writer Miguel de Cervantes is thrown into prison for heresy. There, he stages a performance of his opus Don Quixote that will change his fellow prisoners’ lives forever. Since it’s opening in 1966, Dale Wasserman’s Man of La Mancha has grown to become one of the best-loved musicals of the Broadway stage.

The Shape of Things
By Neil Labute
Directed by Desiree Woidil

Well known for his scalding social commentary, playwright Neil Labute offers in The Shape of Things a disturbing examination of art and sexual politics on a college campus, as a quartet of students become lost in a maze of betrayal and manipulation.

The Tempest
By William Shakespere
Directed by Laura Smiley

Half tragedy, half romantic comedy, Shakespeare’s wild island tale throws together spirits, drunkards, monsters, maidens and shipwrecked scheming noblemen for an evening of revelry and magic.

Brave New Plays
Produced by David Skeele

Featuring: A Woman of Rumora, by Adam Kraar, and Missing the 4:55, by Bill McMahon; Plus an evening of student-written ten-minute plays. with plays directed by David Skeele, John Dropp and a host of talented student directors. SRU’s underground theatre festival goes mainstage!! Long a cult favorite, the theatre department’s annual celebration of new dramatic works is finally opening up to the masses. This year, in addition to being performed in Miller Auditorium, Brave New Plays will also present commissioned work by two professional playwrights.

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