Ambrose University Theatre 2017-18 Season Announced
Ambrose University Theatre is pleased to announce their season of shows for 2017-18.
First up, we will be producing “Women in Parliament” a bit of a modern take on the ancient story of “Assembly Women” by Aristophanes. It is a play within a play about the women of Athens assuming control of the government and instating pseudo-communist reforms that ban private wealth and enforce sexual equality for the old and unattractive. It’s been adapted by our director, Jeremy Mason and runs November 30th – December 2nd at MOTEL Theatre at Arts Commons.
Next, we are co-producing “As It Is In Heaven” by Arlene Hutton with Fire Exit Theatre. A story of a religious community that is changed when a non-believer has an ecstatic experience and disrupts the harmony in the small Shaker community. It’s directed by Kate Newby and runs March 21st – 25th at the Engineered Air Theatre at Arts Commons.
Finally, our 2017-18 co-hort of theatre students will be producing their collective creation called, “What Dreams May Come” under the class supervision of Jackie Dyment. It will be running April 5th – 7th on the Ambrose campus in the Studio Space.
Tickets for all of these productions are now on sale.
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