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The University of Dallas Drama Department presents

the 2015 Spring Senior Studios

beginning Thursday April 30th and continuing through Sunday May 3rd in the Margaret Jonsson Theater.

 

TICKETS ARE FREE

 To reserve tickets - click HERE

 

The Spring 2015 Senior Studios will be performed over 2 evenings:
Evening 1:

Bremen Freedom A Play by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, directed by Brian Ahern
Lone Star by James McLure, directed by Taylor Garcia

Evening 1 runs: April 30th at 8PM, May 2nd at 8PM, and May 3rd at 2PM

Evening 2:
Equinox by Jonathan Graham, directed by Deborah Corpening

The Frog Prince by David Mamet, directed by Margaret Claahsen
Sagnerelle, or The Imaginary Cuckhold by Moliere, directed by Jerick Johnson. 

Evening 2 runs: May 1st at 8PM, May 2nd at 2PM, and May 3rd at 8 PM

 

Bremen Freedom 

A Play by Rainer Werner Fassbinder 
directed by Brian Ahern
Bremen Freedom is a dark-as-coffee black comedy based on the true life story of the 19th century serial killer Geesche Gottfried, the last woman to be publicly hanged in Germany. The play tells the story of a young woman struggling for self identity in the oppressive and often violent world of Bremen, Germany. Using twisted humor, outbursts of violence, passionate romance, and rich language, Bremen Freedom, follows Geesche as she turns from businesswoman to serial killer in her attempt to work her way out from under the thumbs of her long string of lovers.


Lone Star 

by James McLure
directed by Taylor Garcia
A bawdy Texas drama, James McLure’s LONE STAR, extrapolates the struggle of two brothers through betrayal and forgiveness, set in a small Texas town in the early 1970s. Roy regales his stories of the good ol’ days as he sits and drinks under the wide open Texas night sky with his younger brother, Ray.
 

Equinox

by Jonathan Graham
directed by Deborah Corpening
 

The Frog Prince

by David Mamet
directed by Margaret Claahsen
David Mamet’s dark and witty comedy about a prince turned into a frog. Using the template of this well known fairy tale, Mamet explores the tension between our idealistic expectations and the harsh reality of life, in a way that only a Pulitzer prize winning and Tony award nominated playwright can. 
 

Sagnerelle, or The Imaginary Cuckold

by Moliere
directed by Jerick Johnson. 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

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