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Four plays for just $30!

Experience the fresh talent of a new generation of theatre artists by subscribing to the B.U. School of Theatre. A conservatory within the embrace of a great metropolitan university, the school offers uniquely broadening educational experiences for students possessed of theatrical imagination and professional promise. All theatre lovers with a spirit of adventure are welcome!

Titles under consideration:

  • IN THE SUMMER HOUSE
    by Jane Bowles
    Part of the Annual Fall Fringe Festival, celebrating the artistry of Paul and Jane Bowles.

  • GOOD
    by C.P. Taylor, directed by Jim Petosa
    How does it happen to a “good” man? How does it happen to a “good” people? Taylor’s masterwork explores Germany’s descent into Nazism in this cautionary tale with unusual resonance for our time. A Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) production (November 2010).

  • THE ROAD TO MECCA
    by Athol Fugard, directed by Judy Braha
    South Africa’s preeminent playwright explores the transformative power of art. A Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) production
    (February 2011).

  • HEDDA GABLER
    by Henrik Ibsen
    A surrealistic rendering of the great work brought to vivid life on the B.U. Theatre mainstage.

  • All titles are subject to change.

Four plays for just $30!

Experience the fresh talent of a new generation of theatre artists by subscribing to the B.U. School of Theatre. A conservatory within the embrace of a great metropolitan university, the school offers uniquely broadening educational experiences for students possessed of theatrical imagination and professional promise. All theatre lovers with a spirit of adventure are welcome!

Titles under consideration:



IN THE SUMMER HOUSE
by Jane Bowles
Part of the Annual Fall Fringe Festival, celebrating the artistry of Paul and Jane Bowles.


GOOD
by C.P. Taylor, directed by Jim Petosa
How does it happen to a “good” man? How does it happen to a “good” people? Taylor’s masterwork explores Germany’s descent into Nazism in this cautionary tale with unusual resonance for our time. A Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) production (November 2010).


THE ROAD TO MECCA
by Athol Fugard, directed by Judy Braha
South Africa’s preeminent playwright explores the transformative power of art. A Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) production
(February 2011).


HEDDA GABLER
by Henrik Ibsen
A surrealistic rendering of the great work brought to vivid life on the B.U. Theatre mainstage.


All titles are subject to change.

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