Dreams and nightmares
a season exploring mental health
In EURYDICE, Ruhl explores the timeless love story of Orpheus and Eurydice from the heroine’s point of view.
In the course of the show, the characters deal with fighting for their memories, in particular, Eurydice’s father.
It is an exploration of age and memory, love and loss, depression, and the psychological effects of trauma.
We are happy to welcome guest director, Kira Hawkridge '08 artistic director of Out Loud Theatre in Providence.
Ms. Hawkridge will helm Shakespeare’s classic comedy, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM explores our dreams and fears all wrapped up in a package of four intertwined love stories.
Love can drive us crazy, but when you add some interference from fairies it gets wild!
BIG FISH is a musical adaptation of the novel by Daniel Wallace and the film by Tim Burton.
This non-stop visual cavalcade takes us on a ride through the fantasies and tall tales of Edward Bloom. His son, Will, on the cusp of fatherhood himself, is determined to find the truth behind the tales before his aging father is gone.
What are the fish stories and where is the man hidden within them? Can we lie to ourselves so often, the truth becomes reality? Or are they one in the same?