(In the production photo above: UIS Theatre students Diamond Dixon playing “Eunice Hubbell” and Ellyn Thorson playing “Stella Kowalski” in UIS Theatre’s spring 2015 production of Tennessee Williams’ A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE.)
We foster the idea that theatre is a vital artistic event, which brings people together to respond to one another’s experiences/stories and to the world in which we live. We expose students to the work of the world’s great theatre artists.
Up Next: Open Auditions and Crew Interviews for our Fall ’15 production of Oscar Wilde’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST on Sunday, August 30th and Monday, August 31st. 6:00pm both nights~Interviews for those interested in backstage positions 7:00pm both nights~Auditions for those interested in onstage roles. Callbacks~7:00pm, Tuesday, September 1st, Location for all three nights~Studio Theater, Level 1, Public Affairs Center (PAC), here on campus. Performances set for October 30th, 31st, Nov. 1st & November 5, 6, 7, 2015.
And Then: The return of STUDENT-DIRECTED SCENES in December, 2015.
And Later: Lisa Loomer’s DISTRACTED with open auditions and crew interviews in late January, 2016 and performances in late April, 2016.
Details and Art Work for our ’15-’16 Season to follow soon.