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To reserve your free tickets, call 614-236-7174 or purchase tickets online at http://www.capitaltheatretickets.com.Ticket prices:
Adults - $7
Students, Senior citizens - $5Free with Capital ID
Performance Location:Cabaret Theatre located in the lower level of the Student Union.
“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”
An American classic by Tennessee WilliamsThursday, Nov. 15, 8 pmFriday, Nov. 16, 8 pmSaturday, Nov. 17, 8 pmSunday, Nov. 18, 2 pm matinee This play, which premiered in 1955, has since become a classic of the American stage. Through the creation of such iconic characters as the wealthy southern patriarch, Big Daddy, his middle-aged football hero son, Brick, and Brick's beautiful but frustrated wife, Maggie (a.k.a. Maggie-the-Cat), Williams examines modern day deadly sins: mendacity, greed, homophobia, racism, toxic masculinity, ageism, and disappointment.-- all in one southern family, no less!Check out the Alpha Psi Omega webpage for details about the Alumni event following the Friday night show, http://capitaltheatre.org/
“The HYPE…and how to use it”A Commedia by Bill Kennedy Thursday, Feb. 14, 8 pmFriday, Feb. 15, 8 pmSaturday, Feb. 16, 8 pmSunday, Feb. 17, 2 pm matinee What is "The Hype"? The Hype is a term for a gambler's move in the old card game--The Three Card Monte. What is "The Hype"? It is a new play based on some of the foundations of comedy. It employs characters and situations that have been used everywhere from Shakespeare to the Three Stooges and from opera to SNL. The play features young lovers, disapproving parents, and clever scoundrels. Come and share the first staging of this new play with us. “Starting Points: A Festival of One-Acts”Directed by Student Directors Thursday, March 28, 8 pmFriday, March 29, 8 pmSaturday, March 30, 8 pmSunday, March 31, 2 pm matinee The mouth of a cave. The bottom of a mountain. Kansas. All journeys begin somewhere. Join our student directors as they begin their journeys here by sharing their artistic visions with you.
Since 1995, the Fat Tuesday Debutantes have been entertaining audiences all over campus. We play a variety of improvisation games such as those seen on “Whose Line is it anyway?” and “Wild N Out.” We usually practice for an hour each week, Tuesdays at 5 pm in SPH 127. You can receive 1 hour of TH100/300 credit. We perform 3 shows per semester for the public. Our semi-annual charity event, "Will Act For Food," has been very successful and is about to celebrate 20 years of helping local food pantries and ARCO.
All performances begin at 10 p.m. in Huntington Recital Hall.
“Like you could do better”Tuesday, Oct. 9, 10 pm Huntington Recital HallAdmission is free “Putting the HA in HAunting”Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10 pm Huntington Recital HallAdmission is free “Will Act for Food # 43: A Night of Improvisational Comedy to Benefit the LSS Food Pantry and Equitas”Tuesday, Nov. 27, 10 pm Huntington Recital Hall Admission: At least one non-perishable food item or a monetary donation “Love means nothing in tennis”Tuesday, Feb. 19, 10 pm Huntington Recital HallAdmission is free “Guardians of the Fat Tuesday Debutantes”Tuesday, March 12, 10 pm Huntington Recital HallAdmission is free “Will Act for Food # 44: A Night of Improvisational Comedy to Benefit the LSS Food Pantry and Equitas”Tuesday, April 23, 10 pm Huntington Recital HallAdmission: At least one non-perishable food item or a monetary donation