On Stage

Fall 2017

A Queen's Curse

inspired by William Shakespeare's Richard III
adapted and directed by Divinia Shorter

A Queen's Curse is an all-female adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III that brings together Lady Anne, Queen Margaret, Queen Elizabeth, and the Duchess of York to talk about grief, revenge, and the dark side of being royal women in the midst of a tyrant's war.

Tickets - Available Fall '17

October 4-7

Pride and Prejudice

adapted by Christina Calvit
directed by Steven J. Satta

Almost two centuries before HBO’s Sex and the City and Girls, Jane Austen wrote about independent, smart, funny, and rebellious women.  Pride and Prejudice tells the story of Elizabeth Bennet who defies convention when she refuses to marry anyone she doesn’t respect and love, or be intimidated by wealth and power.   When she meets the handsome but arrogant Mr. Darcy, the sparks begin to fly in directions no one could have predicted

Tickets - Available Fall '17

October 12 - 21

Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation


by Nick Payne
A Student Studio production directed by Molly Cohen

This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. But what happens next defies the boundaries of the world we thing we know – delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny.

Tickets - Available Fall '17

All tickets $5.00. Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation

November 1 - 4

“Constellations” is presented by special arrangement with Dramatist Play Service, inc., New York.


adapted by Steven Berkoff
directed by Tavia Lafollette

Kafka, a Jewish atheist who wrote about alienation in Prague at the turn of the last century, and Berkoff, a British punk poet-theatre artist in London in the 1970s, will help director Tavia La Follette and TU students delve into the idea of “other.”

Tickets - Available Fall '17

May contain material recommended for mature audiences.

November 30 - December 9

Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation

“Metamorphosis” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.


Spring 2018

How I Learned To Drive

by Paula Vogel
directed by Donna Fox

Tickets - Available Spring '18

March 7 - March 15, 2018

May contain material recommended for mature audiences.



by William Shakespeare
directed by Peter Wray

Tickets - Available Spring '18

April 5 - 14, 2018

Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation.


MFA in Theatre Arts Final Presentations

Productions produced and conceived by the 2018 MFA in Theatre Arts Cohort. Productions, occurring throughout the semester, will be added to this page as they are scheduled