Theatre Events 



2014 -2015 Theatre Season:     

East Campus Spring 2014:

Admissions
By Tony Vella
Directed by Pamela Harwood


Admissions is a drama is about a group of diverse student leaders who take over the offices of the college president only to be torn apart by their own political differences.

Performances: February 19th, 20th, 21st, 26th, 27th and 28th at 8:00 pm and February 22nd and March 1st at 2:00 pm

All tickets are $10 available at the box office only on performance nights. 


Metro Campus Fall 2014:

Ceremonies in Dark Old Men
By Lonne Elder III
Directed by Doug Farren

Compared to A Raisin in the Sun by many critics, this drama shows us a family who aspire to better things but who go about in it in the wrong and tragic way. The father has a barbershop but no customers, and two sons and daughter. The sons are shiftless, and try to make a fast buck with home brew. It is the daughter who works and supports them all. Other characters of the family's Harlem neighborhood complete this portrait of one urban community at a pivotal time for the politics of race, business, and real estate.

Performances: October 24th, 25th, 31st, and November 1st at 7:30 pm and October 26th and November 2nd at 2 pm

Tickets are $10 - $5 (tri-c students with valid ID)
Box office: 216-987-4211
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West Campus Fall 2014:

Sly Fox
By Larry Gelbart
Directed by Christopher Bohan

To tickle the humor of today's audiences, Volpone has been moved from 17th century Venice to turn of the century San Francisco. Volpone is now called Foxwell J. Sly and he is the same scheming, rapacious miser bent on extracting fortunes from a trio of rich, greedy opportunists. Sly, pretending to be on his death bed, says he will name each of the three as his sole heir. The extent that the trio will go to acquire Sly's fortune knows no bounds. One goes so far as to disinherit his only son; another offers up his wife to the lecherous Sly. Sly is aided and abetted by his conniving servant in grabbing the other men's gold.

Auditions: September 2nd at 4:00 pm, September 3rd at 6 pm.  Callbacks on September 3rd if necessary
Performances: November 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th, and 15th at 8:00 pm, and November 9th and 16th at 2:00 pm

Tickets are $10 - $5 (tri-c students with valid ID)
Box office: 216-987-5536
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West Campus Spring 2014:

Gruesome Playground Injures
By Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Sarah Greywitt

Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the most bizarre intervals, leading the two childhood friends to compare scars and the physical calamities that keep drawing them together.

Auditions: November 17th and 18th, Time TBA with callbacks on November 20th if necessary.
Performances: February 27th, 28th, March 5th, 6th, and 7th at 8:00 pm and March 1st and 8th at 2:00 pm

Tickets are $10 - $5 (tri-c students with valid ID)
Box office: 216-987-5536
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The Skin of Our Teeth
By Thornton Wilder
Directed by Fred Gloor

Meet George and Maggie Antrobus of Excelsior, New Jersey, a suburban, commuter-town couple (married for 5,000 years), who bear more than a casual resemblance to that first husband and wife, Adam and Eve: the two Antrobus children, Gladys (perfect in every way, of course) and Henry (who likes to throw rocks and was formerly known as Cain); and their garrulous maid, Sabina (the eternal seductress), who takes it upon herself to break out of character and interrupt the course of the drama at every opportunity ("I don't understand a word of this play!")

Whether he is inventing the alphabet or merely saving the world from apocalypse, George and his redoubtable family somehow manage to survive--by the skin of their teeth.

Completed by the author less than a month after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, The Skin of Our Teeth (1942) broke from established theatrical conventions and walked off with the 1943 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Combining farce, burlesque, and satire, and elements of the comic strip, Thornton Wilder depicts an Everyman Family as it narrowly escapes one end-of-the-world disaster after another, from the Ice Age to flood to war.

Auditions: January 20th and 21st at 6:00 pm.  Callbacks on January 22nd if necessary.
Performances: April 17th, 18th, 23rd, 24th, and 25th at 8:00 pm and April 19th and 26th at 2:00 pm

Tickets are $10 - $5 (tri-c students with valid ID)
Box office: 216-987-5536
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Box Office - 216-987-4211
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Robert Ellis, Coordinator
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Box Office - 216-987-5536
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