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Theatre Schedule Spring 2010

With Critic Michael Billington 

We have a varied and exciting lineup of theatre productions for the spring semester theatre class.  Click the title links below to find out more about the plays, their authors, the cast, and other aspects of each production.

Students are expected to make their own way to the theatre on the night of a performance;please arrive 30 minutes before the show is to begin. Most performances begin at 7:30 pm, and latecomers are usually not admitted to performances.  In most cases, you will have your ticket already, but if you need to get your ticket from Peter or Megan, it's imperative that you not arrive late.  If you are delayed, we will leave your ticket at the ticket desk under the name "Penn."  Please also ensure that your note-taking materials are quiet and will not disturb your classmates or other theatergoers.

You can find directions to the various playhouses by visiting their websites via the links below.  In most cases, the theatres are a short walk from a Tube station, but leave enough time in your schedule to accommodate delays in the Underground or the bus.

When time allows, we will gather post-performance for refreshments, and to discuss upcoming events, excursions, and activities.

Spring 2010


Jan 19: Twelfth Night (RSC) at the Duke of York's

Jan 26: Six Degrees of Separation at the Old Vic

Feb 2:  Three Sisters at the Lyric Hammersmith

Feb 9: Enron at the Noel Coward

Feb 16: Reading week

Feb 23: Dunsinane at Hampstead Theatre

Mar 2:  Disconnect at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs

Mar 9: Jerusalem at the Apollo

Mar 16: Measure for Measure at the Almeida

Mar 23: The White Guard at the National Theatre

Mar 30: Sweet Nothings at the Young Vic