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Thank you for your interest in the Capital University Theater. For the near future, will be cancelling this year’s events as a proactive measure towards the COVID-19 outbreak. We want to thank ALL of our patrons for your continued support. Please keep up to date on the University's response to the COVID-19 outbreak here.
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.
a musicalDirected by Sharon CroftMusic and lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus and
some songs with Stig Anderson
Book by Catherine JohnsonOriginally conceived by Judy CraymerDirected by Dan Heaton and Bill KennedyThursday, February 13, 8 PMFriday, February 14, 8 PMSaturday, February 15, 8 PMSunday, February 16, 2 PM matinee
Once upon a time, there was a little juke-box musical...oh, who are we kidding? Before the movie (and the sequel), there was the stage show. And here it is. Sophie is getting married on the lovely Greek island where she lives with her mother, Donna. The identity of Sophie's father is unknown, so she invites the three most likely candidates to the wedding. Add in Donna's best friends/former back-up singers and blend with a generous helping of ABBA songs. Just try not to sing along. We dare you. And it's Valentine's weekend. C'mon.
"The Tempest”a comedy by William ShakespeareDirected by Dan Heaton and Bill Kennedy
Thursday, March 26, 8 PMFriday, March 27, 8 PMSaturday, March 28, 8 PMSunday, March 29, 2 PM matinee
Our final show of this season combines aspects of each of the three prior shows. Yes, this our second production of Spring semester to feature an island setting. There is a monster, treachery, and young love. And there is even an element of mystery. Or, as Shakespeare wrote, "Such stuff as dreams are made on." Come dream with us.
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.
“The Good, the Bad, and the Fat Tuesday Debutantes” March 10, 2019 10 PM Huntington Recital HallAdmission is free
“Will Act for Food—#46” April 14, 2019 10 PM Huntington Recital HallAdmission: at least one non-perishable food item or a monetary donation to Benefit the Lutheran Social Services Food Pantry and Equitas Health