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School of Theatre Events

School of Theatre Open House | October 9, 4 PM CST

Are you interested in acting on stage, working behind the scenes, or creatively doing a little bit of both? Come learn about Oklahoma City University's Acting, Design & Production and Theatre & Performance degrees from the School of Theatre! You'll have the chance to meet faculty, hear from current students and gather some theatre audition tips!

Can't make this date? You can join us on November 6 at 4 PM CST.

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Love Theatre? Check out the live-stream of our fall School of Theatre productions.

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WOE IS ME | September 18 & 19, 8 PM CST

Derived from numerous classical tragedies, WOE IS ME is a brand-new work that explores the lengths that the human heart, mind, and voice will go to lament the trials and tribulations of human life.  Consisting of 34 speeches, the characters explore the journey of Trojan Women, the hell that love can bring, the terrors of madness, the trials of family, and the ultimate moments when one comes face to face with death.

Adapted by D. Lance Marsh, From Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Shakespeare and Racine. Directed by Hal Kohlman and D. Lance Marsh.


LOVE AND INFORMATION | November 13 & 14, 8 PM CST

This genius work of playwright Caryl Churchill, sometimes funny and often thought provoking, asks us to consider how meaning is constructed and to participate in the process. The play challenges us to ask the question of whether we are the masters of technology or the other way around and speaks volumes about the fast turnover of modern life- our jobs, homes, relationships, media- exploring the pervading sense of impermanence many people feel.

Directed by Rena Cook