UMass Theater Seeks Performers for Three New Plays

Are you a performer who delights in bringing new work to life? If so, UMass Theater wants you to audition for three very different new plays going up this spring!  Olvidados: A Mexican American Corrido is a play with music that examines a shameful moment in American history and how it…

UMass Theater Presents “Dance Nation”

UMass Theater presents Dance Nation, a play about dance, ambition, and growing up Dance Nation by Clare BarronDirected by Dawn Monique Williams ’11GNov. 12, 13, 18, 19 at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at 2 p.m.  The Rand Theater, Bromery Center for the Arts (formerly the Fine Arts Center), UMass Tickets sold through the Fine…

UMass Theater’s “Everybody” Tackles Big Questions About Death with Humor

What will you take with you? UMass Theater‘s Everybody tackles big questions about death with humor. Everybody by Branden Jacobs-JenkinsDirected by Rudy RamirezOct 15, 16, 21, 22 at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 23 at 2 p.m.The Rand Theater, Bromery Center for the Arts (formerly the Fine Arts Center), UMass Tickets sold through the Fine Arts…

UMass & Community Performers Invited to Audition for UMass Theater Fall Shows

UMass Theater is thrilled to be returning to in-person performances with fall productions of Everybody and Dance Nation, and invites UMass and community performers to audition Sept. 7 & 8. Visit out Audition page or go directly to sign-ups via the links below!  All auditions and rehearsals will be masked until further notice, and both…

UMass Theater’s COVEN-19 Witches Return in a New Ritual for Spring

COVEN-19, Or, Magicks for Unprecedented TimesFree, open to the community Click the date to register for a performance of this live, online event:April 29April 30 May 1all at 7:30 p.m.   The springtime signifigance of May Day and Beltane is the creative jumping-off point for a new edition of COVEN-19, Or, Magicks for Unprecedented…

UMass Theater creates Monuments of the Future as Part of its Festival

Let’s Imagine out loud!With that rallying cry, the UMass Amherst Department of Theater embarks on its Rights of Spring festival, a mix of virtual and live, outdoor, socially-distanced events scheduled to take place from April 22 to May 2. Both online and in-person events are open to the off-campus community, although capacity…

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