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CH A IR’S N OTEWelcome back, in person, to live theatre, with the Department ofTheatre & Dance 2021-22 season of performances. Especially thisyear, the opportunity to be with one another in a theatre is a time tobe cherished.And welcome to the newly renovated Harrison Theatre. We hope you enjoy theimproved sightlines and acoustics of the theatre, and the increased accessibility andsafety features which accompany them. And, of course, the comfy seats Given the challenges it takes to put on any theatre performance, we’re particularlyproud this year to be able to bring you a full season of diverse experiences fromdance to drama, from opera to children’s theatre.If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes a community to put on a theatreproduction, and each hour of stage time in this season is the product of thousandsof hours of backstage time in rehearsal, editing blocking, choreography and combat,practicing music, building and painting scenery, cutting and sewing costumes,cabling and focusing lights, adjusting audio levels, and building props. Every studentin our department participates in the creation of the season, and they do it all sothat collectively we can come together to share our world in all its complexity and,as Sanford Meisner puts it, “to live truthfully in imaginary circumstances.”Two years ago, a group of students came together to advocate for increasingdiversity in our presentations across the School of the Arts. With the supportand encouragement of administration they created a Diversity Series, featuringcontributions from all arts areas. Our second show of the season, Crumbs fromthe Table of Joy, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage, and featuringcollaboration with Miles College, is the first product of that work on our mainstagetheatre season.Our season began with the beloved classic children’s story, The Wind in the Willows, aperfect example of how your friends can become your family. To round out our fall,and welcome in the holiday season, we presented for the first time in our history,Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, the joyous celebration of the possibility of redemption.“God bless us every one!”By contrast, our spring begins in serious territory, as we contemplate thehorrendous consequences of prejudice and discrimination in the documentary play,The Laramie Project. Designed to engender discussion, this play asks us to examineour hearts and question our motives, and we hope you join us for the talkbacks(continued on next page)
C H A IR ’ S N OTEDIR ECTO R ’S N OTEafter each show. The spring continues with re/vise, a dance concert premiering fournew pieces choreographed by people of color. Members of the Samford DanceCompany will also perform pieces inspired by important historical events andinfluential people, such as the Declaration of Human Rights, Martin Luther King, Jr.,and the Freedom Rides of the Civil Rights Movement. Our season ends in anothercollaboration, this time with Samford Opera and the Division of Music, to presentthe mystical world of Mozart’s The Magic Flute.reetings and welcome to Samford Opera and the School of the Arts! Itis our joy to present Mozart’s shining jewel of the operatic repertoire,The Magic Flute! Written in 1791 by Mozart with a German librettoby Emanuel Schikaneder, the opera has remained one of the mostperformed, most loved operas of all time. The Magic Flute is an allegorical fairytalewhere truth and light triumph over lies and darkness. Part lowbrow comedy and partnoble mysticism, the work is a singspiel — a German theatrical style that alternatesbetween song and dialogue much like American musical theatre. While somemoments of the opera reflect the professional ideas of Enlightenment philosophy,other moments are surely meant to entertain. The opera starts with Prince Taminojourneying to a strange land where he immediately is attacked by a giant serpent –best start of an opera, ever! Tamino is soon asked to save the Queen of the Night’sdaughter, Pamina, who has been taken by Sarastro (King of the Sun). As Taminoand Pamina search for each other, their bravery and virtue are tested, and they gainknowledge that causes them to more clearly discern between good and evil. Alongthe way they meet Papageno (a bird-like bird-catcher), three ladies (agents of theQueen of the Night), three boys (unruly sages), Monostatos (a corrupt tyrant),and many magical creatures and priests of the sun. Our production includes fourstudents in “pants” roles — male characters who are played by women.From light to dark, from hope to the darkest depths of despair, these are all humanexperiences that can be redeemed through faith. We hope that you join us, engagewith us, and experience the full joy of live theatre!Cheers,Mark CastleChair of Theatre & DanceGThe last show Samford Opera performed on Samford’s campus was The Ghostsof Gatsby in 2018. We attempted to perform Into the Woods twice during thepandemic and succeeded in partnering with Opera Birmingham to perform ThePirates of Penzance outdoors in 2021. To be back in the theatre feels both like areturn home and a thrilling, precious opportunity. The students in this cast, crew,and orchestra have thrown themselves into the process of creating The Magic Flutewith joy and thankfulness, taking nothing for granted. Thank you for being with ustonight to support these young artists and to be a part of live theatre!This joint production between the Division of Music and the Department of Theatreand Dance exemplifies the type of artistic collaboration that makes Samford avibrant place for arts education and artistic collaboration. My heartfelt thanks goout to all who participated in the production. And a special thanks to Dr. Chandlerand Jane Paris Smith for providing the funding that makes the opera seasonpossible.Enjoy the show!Kristin KenningDirector Samford Opera
Dr. Chandler and Jane Paris Smith Opera SeriesPresentsThe MagicFluteBy MozartApril 7-10, 2022Harrison TheatreCAST LISTThursday and SaturdayPerformancesTamino .Grayson JohnsPapageno .Blake MitchellPamina.Christina LedbetterFirst Lady .Emily WeaverSecond Lady . Alex CookThird Lady . Sarah GiadrosichPapagena.Annabelle KingFriday and SundayPerformancesTamino . Joseph RobinsonPapageno .Sam PhillipsPamina. Tessa BrownFirst Lady . Caitlyn RodrigueSecond Lady .Kelsey WadeThird Lady . Heather ThaxtonPapagena. Shelbea FordhamAll PerformancesSarastro .Nathan HerringMonostatos.DeLee BentonQueen of the Night.Louisa SmithFirst Boy. Margaret KirbySecond Boy .Sam RiggsThird Boy. Libby CriswellFirst Priest .Matthew ReberSecond Priest .Brandon SzepFirst Guard. Carter NelsonSecond Guard . Ryan HanrahanEnsemble:English translation by Andrew PorterUsed by arrangement European American MusicDistributors Company, U.S. and Canadian agentfor Faber Music Ltd., London, publisherand copyright owner.Maddie AthearnMaddie Jayne AustinHallie BarnwellBianca FasanelliGabriella FontanaRyan HanrahanBenjamin Harding*Katie KingValeria MachucaMallory McKinneyCarter NelsonKatelyn OrtizAdreanna PulliamBrandon SzepEmeline Thornton*Appears by permission of Actors’ Equity Association, the union ofprofessional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
A R T I S T I C S TA F F & C R E W L I S TORCHESTRA LISTStage Director. Kristin KenningConductor .Brian ViliunasScenic Designer .David GlennCostume Designer. McKenna VarnerLighting Designer. Tollie BooneHair/Makeup Designer.Stephanie LearyAssistant Lighting Designers . Sarah Robbins, Jackson WoodProps Designers & Artisans. Braydie Aldrich, Kirsten Erickson,Patrick Ingram, Caitlyn Rodrigue, Sam Riggs,Anna Stevens, Emily WeaverAssistant Director.Rachel HarrisProduction Stage Manager. Joseph RobinsonStage Manager . Ansley BurnetteAssistant Stage Managers.Rachel Harris, Lillian RossChoreographer. Alisa McCoolCostume Design Instructor. Mary GurneyLighting Design Instructor . Christian SpechtScenic Charge Artist .Christopher CrewsProps Design Instructor . Ann-Houston CampbellCostume Shop Manager. Marilyn LockeRehearsal Pianist. Sebastian BlackLight Board Operator.Meredith WarrenSound Crew.Zoe Clark, Gracen Fisk, Gracie Abee,Sadie Sue Long, Lucy HailSupertitles Operator . Millie EvansCostume/Hair/Makeup. Isabella Blohme, Majorie Castro Arias,Emily Hankinson, Brianna Harding, Avery Minotti,Olivia Sundberg, Alexis WentworthHead of Props .Rachel BassProps Crew . Brooke BottSpot Operators . Camden Popadic, Goldie Hatch,Antoinette Gilas, Katie SchansbergDeck Electrician. Hannah HicksStage Crew .Egypt Davis, Charlotte Godat, Trevor MillerHouse Manager.Ava WilliamsUshers . Trent Carruth, Lucy Blaylock, Caroline CopelandViolins.Rebekah Willard, Adam Moore, Karalyn Harper,Liliana Hatch, Anna Rose Honea, Allison FrederickViola.Lydia Moore, Taylor ChapmanCello . Donny SnyderBass.Lisa SmithFlute . Lee Ann Ashworth, Alexis BoatrightOboe .Greg LuceroClarinet .Rebekah LambBassoon. Sam GravleeHorn .Kerrig Kelly, Matthew LadTrumpet. Paul Morton, Murray JohnsonTimpani. Edward GarnerKeyboard .Kayla Magnus
CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESCAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESMaddie Athearn is a freshman musical theatre majorfrom Niceville, FL. Her previous performance credits include AChristmas Carol (Ensemble), Annie (Lily St. Regis), Singin’ in theRain (Kathy’s Girl/Ensemble), Fame (Carmen Diaz), Hairspray(Ensemble), The Hiding Place (Corrie Ten Boom), and Annie GetYour Gun (Ensemble).Tessa Brown is a senior vocal performance major from Trussville,Maddie Jayne Austin is a senior music theatre majorAnsley Burnette (Stage Manager) is a senior doublefrom Huntsville, AL. Maddie Jayne has recently been seen asKathy in Vanities the Musical (Samford) and as the Show Host atIt’s Tough To Be A Bug! (Disney World).Hallie Barnwell is a freshman theatre for youth major fromCharlotte, NC. This is her first Samford Mainstage productionand she is so excited for this opportunity to perform aerial silksin Harrison Theatre. Her previous experience includes Into theWoods (Little Red Ridinghood), The Phantom of the Opera (balletcorps/ensemble), and Tarzan (silk artist/acrobat/ensemble).DeLee Michiko Benton is a member of the OperaAL. Tessa’s previous credits in Samford’s Opera Workshop includeMarriage of Figaro (Susanna), With Blood with Ink (Sor Juana), and IlMatrimonio Segreto (Carolina). Tessa has also performed with OperaBirmingham in Massenet’s Cendrillon (ensemble) and Pirates ofPenzance (Edith). She has plans to participate in Opera Viva’s youngartist program in Verona, Italy, this summer.major in theatre and English with a concentration in film studies.She has been seen onstage in Tinkerbell (Nana/Crocodile/Twin)and The Wind in the Willows (Weasel) and is excited to end herSamford theatre experience in the tech booth during The MagicFlute. Select stage management credits include The Prisoner’sFriend, Circle Mirror Transformation, Gruesome Playground Injuries,Apollo: To the Moon, and The Giver.Alex Cook is a sophomore music education major fromBrentwood, TN. Her previous Samford performance creditsinclude Samford Opera Scenes (Hansel from Hansel and Gretel,Dorabella from Cosi fan tutte, and Ensemble from Elixir of Love.)Birmingham Studio at Samford University, pursuing her master’sdegree in vocal performance. She graduated from the Universityof Montevallo in 2020 with a degree in music education. A fewof her past credits include The Marriage of Figaro (Susanna), TheThree Little Pigs (Despina Pig), and Trouble in Tahiti (Girl). Sheplans to perform in the upcoming Opera Birmingham productionof La Boheme in April, and in Birmingham Music Club’sproduction of The Merry Widow this June.Libby Criswell is a sophomore double major in music (celloTollie Boone (Lighting Designer) is a junior technical theaterbiochemistry major from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Her previousperformance credits include Chicago (Velma), Sister Act (Tina/Ensemble), and Footloose (Ensemble).major from Nashville, TN. Her concentration is Lighting Designand her previous main stage design credits include The LaramieProject, Little Women, and Crumbs from the Table of Joy.performance) and religion from LaGrange, GA. She plays withthe Samford Orchestra, including the pit orchestra for Samford’sproduction of A Christmas Carol, and chamber ensembles. Inaddition, Libby sings with Samford’s A Cappella Choir and theVestavia Hills Baptist Church Choir. She is also a member ofSamford’s Pre-Ministerial Scholars Program.Bianca Fasanelli is a freshman vocal performance and
CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESGabriella Fontana is a sophomore bachelor of thearts voice major and marketing minor from Naples, FL. Herprevious credits include Interlochen Arts Academy operas andopera scenes from Cendrillion (Dorothée), Hansel und Gretel(Hansel), Carmen (ensemble), L’elisir d’amore (ensemble), andRiders to the Sea (ensemble). She has also previously performedwith Interlochen Arts Camp, ArtsBridge Summer Camp, andinternationally with Bel Canto in Florence. Gabriella is one of theaerialists in the The Magic Flute.Shelbea Fordham is a graduate vocal performancemajor from Macon, GA. During her time in Birmingham, shehas performed with Opera Birmingham as Kate in Pirates ofPenzance, Samford University Jazz Band, CharACTers Theatricsas Bea in Something Rotten!, and Samford Opera. Upcomingengagements include the Young Artist Program OperaViva inVerona and performing in London at St. Paul’s Cathedral with theCathedral Church of the Advent Choir.Sarah Giadrosich is a sophomore composition majorand psychology minor from Birmingham, AL. Previous creditsinclude Samford Opera Scenes (Third Lady from The MagicFlute; Giannetta from The Elixir of Love) and Amahl and the NightVisitors (Mother). She is also a member of the A Cappella choirat Samford.Ryan Hanrahan is a masters of music education studentfrom Hoover, AL. Ryan is an active member in the A CappellaChoir at Samford, and the Eternal Word Television Network,where he sings in the choir for Daily Mass.Benjamin Harding is a sophomore musical theatermajor from Atlanta, GA. Some of his previous work includes AChristmas Carol, Wind and the Willows, and Little Women here atSamford, as well as Matilda: The Musical on Broadway, NationalTour of Elf: The Musical, James and the Giant Peach, and Zorro, TheMusical at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta.CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESRachel Harris (Assistant Director) is a junior musicaltheatre major from Granite Bay, CA. Her previous Samfordmain stage credits include: A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Fezziwig) andLittle Women (Meg). She is currently in the rehearsal process ofdirecting a show for Samford’s one-act festival.Nathan Herring is a freshman music composition majorfrom Atlanta, GA. He is currently a member of the Samford ACappella Choir where he sings Bass 2. Nathan has also writtena string quartet that was performed by fellow students and isworking on a variety of other creative works.Grayson Johns is a junior musical theatre major fromFlorence, AL. He has had the honor of playing Jack in Into theWoods, Laurie in Little Women, and the Ghost of Jacob Marley inA Christmas Carol.Kristin Kenning (Stage Director) is an associate professorat Samford University, where she teaches voice and directs theopera program. Recent productions include The Ghosts of Gatsby,The Marriage of Figaro, Hansel and Gretel, and On the Town forSamford Opera; The Pirates of Penzance and The Three Little Pigsfor Opera Birmingham; Il matrimonio segreto and La Canterinafor Mobile Opera; The Ghosts of Gatsby for the OPERAAmerica New Works Forum and Seagle Music Colony; andNaughty Marietta, The Desert Song, and Die Fledermaus for theBirmingham Music Club. Upcoming projects include directingfor Opera Viva in Italy.Annabelle King is a senior vocal performance major fromPrestonsburg, KY, and a voice student of Sharon Lawhon. Shewas a semi-finalist in the 2018 Alabama Chapter of the NationalAssociation of Teachers of Singing auditions, performed theworld premiere of A Function of a Thing by Andrew Bass, and hasperformed with Opera Birmingham in their production of Gilbertand Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance. This summer, she has beeninvited to participate in Opera Viva in Verona, Italy.
CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESKatie King is a freshman vocal performance major fromLivonia, MI. Some of her past credits include Beauty and theBeast (Belle) and Chicago (Mary Sunshine). She has alsoparticipated in the Interlochen Arts Camp and sings in theSamford A Cappella Choir.Margaret Kirby is a senior studying English, classics, andphilosophy. She is a member of Sigma Tau Delta and also sings inthe A Cappella Choir. This is her first Samford production, andshe’s so excited for the opportunity!CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESBlake Mitchell is a graduate student from Montgomery,AL, currently studying music education upon completingundergraduate studies in vocal performance at Samford. Recentcredits include A Christmas Carol (Bob Cratchit), Little Women(Professor Bhaer), Into the Woods (Baker), Freaky Friday (Mike),the world premiere of The Ghosts of Gatsby (Scott), Childrenof Eden (Shem), 1776 (Bartlett), and Lucinda.Nochebuena(Everybody) at Samford; and My Fair Lady (Quartet/Freddy US)at Red Mountain Theatre.Carter Nelson is a vocal performance major from Rome,GA. He has recently appeared in A Christmas Carol as Mr.Fezziwig at Samford.Christina Ledbetter is a senior musical theatre majorfrom Knoxville, TN. Her previous Samford main stage creditsinclude A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Past), LittleWomen (Beth), Into the Woods (Cinderella), and 1776 (JohnHancock). Currently, she is the Samford Undergroundcommittee artistic director and directing Vanities: The Musical.Val Machuca is a freshman voice performance major fromMexico City, Mexico. Her previous main stage experienceincludes A Christmas Carol (ensemble), Joseph and his AmazingTechnicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator), My Fair Lady (Eliza), and TheWiz (Wicked Witch of the West). She has also performed atMexico’s City Theatre and served as company manager for the TJMusical Theatre Company and Spiral productions.Mallory McKinney is a junior musical theatre major fromKnoxville, TN. Some of her recent credits include The Mad Ones(Beverly), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Mops/Ensemble), Blue Yonder(Woman 2), The Boy Who Stole the Stars (Bessie), and AnythingGoes (Reno Sweeney).Katelyn Ortiz is a sophomore theatre for youth major fromMiami, FL. Her Samford credits include Spooky Dog (AssistantDirector) and A Christmas Carol (Ensemble). Her favorite rolesinclude West Side Story (Maria), The Sound of Music (Liesl), andLittle Women (Beth) with Standing Ovation Theatre. She hastrained with UNCSA, AMDA, FSU, and has been a recipientof the Andrew Lloyd Webber American Theatre Wing Trainingscholarship for two years.Sam Phillips is a junior vocal performance major from Tulsa,OK. He is making his Samford main stage debut in The MagicFlute and will perform in Birmingham Music Club’s upcomingproduction of The Merry Widow in June. He has also performedwith Opera Birmingham in The Pirates of Penzance.Matthew Reber is a junior vocal performance major fromMemphis, TN. He is a three-year member of Samford’s ACappella Choir, and a member of St. Mary-on-the-Highland’schurch choir. Matthew’s recent credits include OperaBirmingham’s production of Pirates of Penzance and the musicdirector of Samford Underground’s The Mad Ones. Furthermore,he will participate in Opera Viva’s summer conservatory thiscoming July in Verona, Italy.
CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESJoseph Robinson is a graduate vocal performance majorfrom Meridian, MS. He received an Associate of Arts at MeridianCommunity College, where he participated in many shows likeJekyll & Hyde and Tarzan. Joseph then pursued a Bachelor of Artsat the University of Southern Mississippi, where he was seen inshows like Phantom of the Opera, Carmen, and Turandot. He wasmost recently on stage in Opera Birmingham’s Three Little Pigsand Sounds of the Season.Caitlyn Rodrigue is a graduate vocal performance majorfrom Thibodaux, LA. She has previously been part of Samford’sOpera Workshop Scenes in the scenes of Le Nozze di Figaro(Countess) and With Blood With Ink (Dying Juana). She is also apart of the studio, Opera Birmingham, where she has performedThree Little Pigs (Cherubino) and Sounds of the Season. Next onstage, Caitlyn will be in the ensemble of Opera Birmingham’sproduction of La Boheme.Adreanna Pulliam is a sophomore vocal performancemajor from Jacksonville, FL. She performed with Samford Operain the Fall 2021 Opera Scenes.CAST & CREW BIOGRAPHIESLouisa Smith is a graduate vocal performance studentfrom Nitro, WV. She received an undergraduate degree fromMuskingum University. She participated in the Fall 2021 OperaScenes, where she portrayed the roles of Fiordiligi (Così fantutte) and First Lady (Die Zauberflöte).Heather Thaxton is a graduate vocal performance majorfrom Florence, AL. Her previous Samford performance creditsinclude Marcelina in The Marriage of Figaro and scenes performanceswith opera workshop. She is currently a member of the SamfordA Cappella Choir and is active in several church choir ensemblesin the Birmingham area. She has performed with the BirminghamMusic Club, portraying Cousin Hebe in H.M.S. Pinafore and OperaBirmingham as a member of the chorus in several shows.Emeline Thornton is a junior music education major fromHelena, AL. This is her first Samford production. She has greatlyenjoyed this experience and hopes you enjoy the show!McKenna Varner (Costume Designer) is a junior musicalSam Riggs is a junior musical theatre major from Louisville,KY. Her previous Samford main stage credits include Tinkerbell(Captain Hook) and A Christmas Carol (Beadle/Ensemble). Shehas previously interned, and stage managed with Derby DinnerPlayhouse and plans to travel to Scotland in August to participatein The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.Brandon Szep is a junior musical theatre major fromCharlotte, NC. This past December at Samford, he played theGhost of Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol. Brandon hasplayed the neighborhood bully, Scut Farkus, in the first and secondBroadway National Tours of A Christmas Story the Musical. He hasalso had featured roles in film and television such as BoardwalkEmpire (HBO) and Unraveled (Investigation Discovery).theatre major from Nashville, TN. She has recently finished AChristmas Carol (Emily) at Samford, and in Virginia SamfordTheatre’s 9 to 5 (Maria). McKenna has also costumed designedSamford’s production of Little Women last spring.Kelsey Wade is a graduate in music education student fromJasper, AL. At Samford, she has performed in various opera scenesand The Ghosts of Gatsby (Zelda 1948). She has also been a part of theBirmingham Music Club’s performance of H.M.S. Pinafore (ensemblemember). Kelsey is a member of Samford’s A Cappella Choir.Emily Weaver is a junior musical theatre major fromKnoxville, TN. At Samford, Emily was in A Christmas Carol(Emily) and Blue Yonder (Diane/Sadie/Alice).
M U S I C , T H E AT R E , A N DD A N C E FA C U LT Y A N D S TA F FEmily Andrews, musicMichael Averett, musicKim Bain, musicLaura Byland, theatreAnn-Houston Campbell, theatreTim Carroll, musicMark Castle, chair, theatre & danceJane Caswell, theatrePhilip Copeland, musicChristopher Crews, theatreGrant Dalton, musicJoel Davis, musicBrad Diamond, musicLaura Doss, musicAngela Flaniken, musicJeffrey Flaniken, musicAnna Foshee, danceChris Fryar, musicDavid Glenn, theatreRene’ Golden, musicSadie Goodman, musicMary Gurney, theatreTracy Hanrahan, school of artsAlex Horton, musicHillary Horton, musicKristin Kenning, musicStephen B. Knight, musicKevin Kozak, musicMark Lackey, musicJen Lane, theatreTherese Laeger, danceSharon Lawhon, musicMarilyn Locke, theatreRyan Lovell, musicConnie Macon, musicVictor McCay, theatreAlisa McCool, danceBeth McGinnis, musicNib McKinney, musicBrian Raphael Nabors, musicChelsea Nicholson, theatreCaroline Nordlund, musicSamuel Nordlund, musicDavid Odenwelder, danceSteven Potaczek, musicBrent Reeves, musicJonathan Rodgers, musicDonald Sandley, theatreMorgan Soja, musicChristian Specht, theatreCindy St. Clair, chair, musicJames Sullivan, musicJaroslaw Szurek, musicRiggs Taylor, musicFred Teardo, musicJason Terry, musicLarry Thompson, deanDemondrae Thurman, musicLindsay Troha, danceBrian Viliunas, musicChris Withrow, musicAbigail Workman, musicAngela Yoon, music
ANNOUNCING THE 2022-23THEATRE AND OPERA SEASONEmma Taylor Theatre for YouthOrphie and the Book of Heroes (musical)Sept. 30-Oct. 2, Harrison TheatreMichael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance SeriesMr. Burns, a post-electric playOct. 27-30, Boren CourtyardDr. Chandler and Jane Paris Smith Opera SeriesAmahl & the Night VisitorsDec. 1-4, Harrison TheatreTen Minute Play FestivalDec. 9-10Michael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance SeriesAnnual Dance ConcertFeb. 9-12, Harrison TheatreMichael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance SeriesThe BirdsMar. 16-19, Harrison TheatreMichael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance SeriesUrinetown, the MusicalApr. 13-16, Harrison TheatreOne Act Play FestivalApr. 20-21
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