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Season Information

Mainstage Productions

THE TROJAN WOMEN

THE TROJAN WOMEN

By Euripides

October 29-November 1, 2020

The Trojan Women is widely considered the greatest anti-war play ever written, and it remains both timeless and timely, a poignant meditation on the brutality that always falls upon women and children in the aftermath of armed conflict. The play centers on Hecuba, the queen of Troy, and her family on the morning after the Greek conquest of her city. Surrounded by a chorus of mothers who have lost their sons, wives who have lost their husbands, and sisters who have lost fathers and brothers, the women come together to tell their stories, give each other solace, and try and cobble together a new life in the rubble.


SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

By Kate Hamill, Based on the novel by Jane Austen

December 10–13, 2020

BLACK GIRL, INTERRUPTED

BLACK GIRL, INTERRUPTED

By LyaNisha Gonzalez

February 4-7, 2021

ARGONAUTIKA

ARGONAUTIKA

By Mary Zimmerman, Adapted from The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts

April 8–11, 2021

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Stage II Productions

Stage II presents six to eight shows in a small, intimate setting. All productions have an emphasis on acting and directing with use of minimal design and technical elements.

Student and faculty directors and designers collaborate on these productions.

All performances in OCU’s Black Box Theatre

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THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE

By Deborah Brevoort
October 8–11, 2020

NEIGHBORHOOD 3: REQUISITION OF DOOM

NEIGHBORHOOD 3: REQUISITION OF DOOM

By Jennifer Haley
November 5-8, 2020

THE REVOLUTIONISTS

THE REVOLUTIONISTS

By Lauren Gunderson
November 12–15, 2020

STOP KISS

STOP KISS

By Diana Son
February 25–28, 2021

THE NORMAL HEART

THE NORMAL HEART

By Larry Kramer
March 4–7, 2021

HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF

HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF

By Lily Padilla
March 25–28, 2021

MEASURE FOR MEASURE

MEASURE FOR MEASURE

By William Shakespeare
April 15-18