New Theatre Season Announced

It’s fitting that a theatre season as varied as this one features “Anything Goes.”

Whether you want comedy or drama or musicals or Shakespeare or cabarets or Greek classics, the 2013-2014 theatre season truly is a season where anything goes.

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s theatre season opens in August with the new musical “Spamalot.”

The following are this year’s productions and dates:

  • Spamalot — August 15-18, August 22-25
  • Dead Accounts — August 29-September 1, September 5-8
  • You Can’t Take It With You — September 19-22 (homecoming), September 27-29
  • Anything Goes — October 3-6, October 10-13
  • Antigone — October 31-November 3, November 7-10
  • A Christmas Carol — December 5-8, December 12-15
  • The Importance of Being Earnest — January 23-26, January 30-February 2
  • Little Shop of Horrors — February 6-9, February 13-16
  • Don’t Drink The Water — February 20-23, February 27-March 2
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream — March 13-16, April 3-6
  • Les Miserables — May 1-4, May 8-11

Weekend cabarets will also be performed throughout the year. Every performance is different in it combination of songs and stories.

Cabaret dates are:

  • November 22-24
  • December 13-15
  • March 7-9
  • April 4-6

Tickets will go on sale in August.

Gratitude

As a prospective student, currently in high school, I think it's really appealing that you include such a wide variety of shows and opportunities for students interested in performing Theatre at Wesleyan. The way you tackle so many classics, as well as going after shows that aren't as well known really impresses me. I feel that any student interested in attending Wesleyan for Acting has their work cut out for them, as well as loads of fun and learning coming their way. And students lucky enough to go there, are being trained as professionals for the real world of Theatre.

Great Job!

Theatre

The schedule looks great with some challenges but we know the directors and student actors are up to it! Looking forward to each production.

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