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Attending theatre is like going to an art gallery where the pictures come to life. It’s a pop-up storybook experience where the story literally bursts into life. This couldn’t happen
without the combined imagination of many different artists. In Theatre: The Lively Art, Edwin Wilson and Alvin Goldfarb discuss how literary, visual, and performing artists converge to make theatre happen. This is what makes theatre unique among the arts.
This season, our many artists in the Department of Theatre and Dance will transport you to Leipzig, Germany, during the time of Johannes Sebastian Bach; New York City at the height of the AIDS crisis; and Washington, D.C., toward the end of the Civil War. You will journey into a young girl’s pinktastically pink imagination, rediscover dance, and witness flight on our very stage.
Leave home your 3-D glasses. We’ll do all the work. Our performers, costumes, stage sets, and lighting will burst in all dimensions before your eyes.
We look forward to seeing you!