English 2041F - Fall Theatre Production
DATE: December 6-8, 2018
TIME: 8:00 pm
LOCATION: Conron Hall, University College
TICKETS: $10 Students | $15 Adults
Drawing upon Virgil’s Aeneid, Christopher Marlowe’s Dido, Queen of Carthage (c. 1593) dramatizes the classic and tragic love story of Dido and Aeneas. This short and lively early modern play blends comedy and tragedy and includes, alongside other human characters, many gods and goddesses—Jupiter, Ganymede, Juno, Venus, Mercury, and Cupid—as well as music, magic, trickery, and glorious poetry.
Auditions are now closed. Auditions and Crew Sign-Ups are held in March of each year for the Fall Theatre Production so that interested students may register in English 2041F for the Fall 2018 course offering and hence receive a course credit for their part in the production.
Performances will run from December 6-8, 2018 in Conron Hall, University College. No summer rehearsals!
For more information about the production and the course, please contact the director/instructor: Professor Jo Devereux email@example.com.
Join our energetic, talented and interdisciplinary group!
Running since 2007, the Fall Theatre Production course draws students from all faculties together to perform, produce and even compose as a team.
In this course, students participating in the Fall Theatre Production explore in theory and practice approaches to text in performance. Only students working as an actor, director, stage manager, assistant stage manager, lighting, set or costume designer may enrol. Permission of the Chair of Undergraduate Studies required to enrol. Syllabus
2016: Q1 Hamlet
2015: Women Beware Women
2014: Doctor Faustus
2013: The Wild Duck
2012:The Knight of the Burning Pestle
2011: The Revenger's Tragedy
2010: The Country Wife
2009: The Bear, The Proposal, Uncle Vanya
2007: She Stoops to Conquer
2006: Mrs. Warren's Profession
2003: The Rehearsal