Theatre

  • Posters from the four fall plays

    Fall Play Season

  • Our Lady of 121st Street poster
  • Rhinoceros poster
  • Orpheus in the Underworld poster
  • Tenth Muse poster

Play Season Calendar

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Fall 2019

Our Lady of 121st St poster featuring a nun

OUR LADY OF 121st STREET

Written by Stephen Adly Guirgia • Directed by Guillermo Aviles-Rodriguez

The Ortiz Funeral Room is in big trouble: The body of Sister Rose has gone missing! Left with no body to mourn, a group of New York City’s most emotionally dysfunction souls are forced to square off with each other by facing their past and old wounds in this dark comedy.

Friday - Sunday | Sept 20 - 22, 2019
Wednesday - Sunday | Sept 25 - 29, 2019

Little Theatre in Nordhoff Hall
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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Rhinoceros poster featuring a man with a rhinoceros shaped shadowRhinoceros

by Eugene Ionesco • Translated by Derek Prouse • Directed by Larry Biederman 

A small French town is plagued by one roaring citizen who transfigures into a rhinoceros and proceeds to trample on the social order. Theoretical conversations swarm, and Berenger, a boozing young man, is the only sane citizen unable to change his form and identity.

Friday - Sunday | October 4 - 6, 2019
Wednesday - Sunday | October 9 - 13, 2019

Experimental Theatre in The Soraya 
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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Orpheus in the Underworld posterORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD

Comic opera by Jacques Offenbach • Directed by Maurice Godin • Conducted by Mercedes Juan Musotto

A comedic spin on the legend of Orpheus that will take you from Earth to Olympus to the best party of all in the Underworld!

Thursday - Sunday | Oct 31 - Nov 3, 2019

Campus Theatre in Nordhoff Hall
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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Tenth Muse poster featuring a woman with her face covered by a butterfly THE TENTH MUSE

Written by Tanya Saracho • Directed by Claudia de Vasco

The setting is a lively 18th- century convent in colonial Mexico. Young nuns and servants uncover a hidden play written by Sor Juana, a Catholic nun turned poet and feminist. Each night, behind Mother Superior’s back, the group of women act out Sor Juana’s presumptuous work and through the process discover their own complex bond of sisterhood.

Friday - Sunday | November 15- 17, 2019
Wednesday - Sunday | November 20 - 24, 2019

The Experimental Theatre at The Soraya
7:30pm curtain/Sunday curtain 2pm

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