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and MUSIC STUDIES

Current Production

Loose Ends 

by Michael Weller

"absorbing and funny..." - The New York Times

It is 1970, the dawn of the “me” decade, when Paul and Susan fall in love. As the decade ensues, we see their relationship blossom – and wither – as the choices they make, influenced by the freewheeling 1960s, eventually give way to some harsh realities as the 80s loom.

Loose Ends

Loose Ends

 

April 24-6, 30 and May 1, 2

 

Box Office: 395-ARTS

Click here to order Tickets online

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)


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Recent Productions

Festival of Ten IX

Fest 10 act i

A Date with Destiny by Jeffrey Neuman
Reston by L. Robert Westeen
Raghead by Tom Coash
Girl with Algorithm by Ellen Davis Sullivan
Transferring Kyle by Jonathan Cook

 

Fest 10 act ii

Beatrix Potter Must Die by Patrick Gabridge
Just Desserts by David MacGregor
Horizons by Robert Fletcher
That's Amore by Arnold Kane
Interview with a Cat by Jim Geoghan

 

Audience Choice Award

Winner . . . . . .That's Amore

1st runner up ....................Just Desserts

2nd runner up ..................Raghead

 

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The Cripple of Inishmaan

by Martin McDonagh

Inishmaan
                               
When a Hollywood director visits a remote Irish island to make a film, crippled, orphaned Billy dreams of making it big on the silver screen. His departure gives fuel to the town gossipmonger, who proves – in many ways, in this darkly comic tale – that gossip is never the best source of the truth, especially where the demise of Billy’s parents is concerned.


November 21 – 23 and December 4 – 6

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Censored on Final Approach

by Phylis Ravel

COFA

During World War II, the few female pilots -- WASPs, or Women Airforce Service Pilots -- were barely tolerated by the military brass, which made the deaths of two WASPs on training missions both shocking and suspicious. Were they accidental, or caused by foul play? The service of these civilian women remained a forgotten chapter of history until it was acknowledged by President Carter, 30 years after their last military flights.

COFA


October 3 – 5 and 16 – 18

COFA

 

All shows at the Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

Box Office: 395-ARTS

Click here to order Tickets online

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)

 

 

Link to Photos from the 2013-14 Season

 

 

Department of Theatre and Music Studies

1101 Tower Fine Arts Center  (585) 395-2478
info: theatre@brockport.edu


 

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Last revised January 29, 2015