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  1. Added Audition Night—Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors
    An additional audition night has been added for the spring 2017 production.
  2. AUDITION - Theatre Arts, Comedy of Errors
    This is the second day of auditions for this William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, open to all UMass Boston students. Callbacks will be held Thursday, February 9.
  3. Bat Boy Cast Members Nominated to Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    Bat Boy cast members to represent UMass Boston at KCATCF, nominations in acting, musical theater and stage management
  4. Bat Boy: The Musical Launches New University Hall Theatre, Opening Thursday
    Rock and roll, horror, comic musical explores prejudice through a half-bat, half-boy, made famous by the Weekly World News
  5. New Voices, New Stories Showcases Student Playwrights in Action
    UMass Boston playwrights share new work as the first performance in the new University Hall Theatre
  6. New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Staged readings of new works by UMass Boston writers
  7. New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Staged readings of new works by UMass Boston writer
  8. Be Among the First to Perform in the New University Hall Theatre: Auditions Wednesday & Thursday
    Auditions for Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices, New Stories will be held September 14 and 15 in the University Hall Theatre.
  9. Community Dialogues on War and Reconciliation
    William Joiner Institute presents a three day event on War and Reconciliation
  10. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  11. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  12. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  13. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  14. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  15. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  16. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  17. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  18. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  19. Theatre Arts Orientation
    Performing Arts welcomes all Theatre Arts Majors
  20. Auditions Announced for Theatre Arts Production of Bat Boy: The Musical & New Voices, New Stories
    Open auditions for the fall Theatre Arts productions
  21. New Voices, New Stories Plays Selected
    Seven UMass Boston playwrights' work selected for staged readings in October.
  22. Spring Dance Concert a “show of shows,” May 6 & 7
    The Spring Dance Concert features includes a number of remarkable dancers appearing at UMass Boston as students for the last time
  23. Polaroid Stories Cast, Crew, Nominated for Kennedy Center Honors
    Nominations for acting, dramaturgy, design of spring Theatre Arts production
  24. Polaroid Stories Opens, Classical Mythology Meets Dangerous World of Teen Runaways
    Theatre Arts spring production explores teenage homelessness
  25. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  26. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  27. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  28. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  29. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  30. Theatre Arts Presents ‘Polaroid Stories’
    The Department of Performing Arts presents Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka, a play merging the gritty world of teen runaways with classic mythology, starting April 7 in the McCormack Theatre.
  31. Call for Submissions: New Voices, New Stories
    Now accepting submissions from UMass Boston playwrights
  32. Theatre Art Students Perform at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
    UMass Boston's actors, designers, and playwrights recognized for excellence among students from seven states at annual college theater festival
  33. UMass Boston Professors to Discuss Phillis Wheatley Saturday Before Theater Performance
    A group of professors who make up the UMass Boston Public Humanities Collaborative will be leading a discussion Saturday at the Central Square Theater on Wheatley Hall namesake Phillis Wheatley.
  34. Museum Cast, Crew Members Nominated for Kennedy Center Awards
    Performing Arts students recognized by prestigious Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
  35. Theatre Arts Announces “Polaroid Stories” Auditions, Open Call, and 2016-2017 Season
    Play merges Greek myth with stories of teenage runaways, and coming next fall, Bat Boy: The Musical
  36. Actor’s Info: Preparing for Polaroid Stories Auditions
    Professor Clifford Odle presents an information session for new actors contemplating auditioning for the spring theatre production.
  37. Museum Opens Dec. 3, Explores How We Experience Art
    Tina Howe's play remains relevant as 38 characters interact with modern art, from awe to idiocy
  38. Theatre Auditions: Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka
    Open auditions for the cast of Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka.
  39. Museum Rehearsals Underway, Outrageousness to Follow
    Michael Fennimore, directing Museum by Tina Howe, dives into rehearsals of a comedy with 18 actors playing 38 characters
  40. Performing Arts Alum Acting Steadily while Unsteady in “Shit-faced Shakespeare”
    Alum riding hit show, performing Shakespeare while intoxicated
  41. Get Your Tickets for This Week’s Musical Theatre Cabaret, Opening Wednesday
    More than two dozen students, and the UMass Boston Chamber Singers, will sing their way through decades of musical theatre Wednesday and Thursday during the Performing Arts Department's Musical Theatre Cabaret.
  42. Final Night: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Last chance to see Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  43. Fifth Night of Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    UMass Boston students perform Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  44. Final Week: Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum
    Just three performances remain of Tina Howe's Museum , directed by Michael Fennimore.
  45. Performing Arts Department’s Production of Museum (Two Shows)
    Tina Howe's Museum will be presented twice today: at 2 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
  46. Opening Night: Museum
    Come to opening night of the Performing Arts Department's Museum, an elegant play that manages to capture the subjective nature of both a visual, and a theatre arts experience.
  47. UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department Presents: Museum, a Play by Tina Howe
    The run of UMass Boston's fall play, Museum, continues in the McCormack Theatre.
  48. Final Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    This is your last chance to enjoy a review of musical theatre standards.
  49. Opening Night: Fall 2015 Musical Theatre Cabaret
    Join UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department for an evening review of musical theatre standards. Come, listen, clap your hands and tap your feet to the popular songs in concert.
  50. Fall 2015 Theatre Events: Musical Theatre Cabaret in October and Museum in December
    UMass Boston's Performing Arts Department will present a Musical Theatre Cabaret Oct. 14–15 and the play Museum, by Tina Howe, Dec. 3–5 and Dec. 9–11.
  51. Trotter Institute Director Earns Opportunity to Study Theater in Palestine
    Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, leaves for Palestine on Wednesday, where she will spend nearly two weeks visiting research institutes and cultural institutions in the West Bank.
  52. UMass Boston Presents: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Tickets are now on sale for the Performing Arts Department's spring 2015 production, two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  53. Open House: Theatre in London
    Join us and learn more about your opportunity to travel and study in London!
  54. Final Day of Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Due to Tuesday's snow closure, auditions will now also be held on February 5. Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students.
  55. Auditions This Week for One-Act Plays by UMass Boston Alumni
    Auditions for two new one-act plays, The Ontology Ward by Pete Riesenberg ’12 and Argyles by Cat Roberts ’14, will be held on Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5 at 6 p.m. in the McCormack Theatre.
  56. Closing Night: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    This is your last chance to see new work written by two UMass Boston alumni, performed by UMass Boston students.
  57. UMass Boston Presents: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Two UMass Boston alumni have their one-act plays performed.
  58. Final Week: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    You have only three more chances to catch performances of new student work. NEW VOICES ends April 24.
  59. NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Two Shows)
    There will be both a matinee at 2 p.m. and an evening performance at 7:30 p.m. of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  60. Plays by UMass Boston Students: NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Enjoy two one-act plays written by UMass Boston student playwrights. NEW VOICES runs through April 18 and April 22-April 24.
  61. Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students. Rehearsals start in late February for the April production of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  62. Auditions for NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (One-Acts)
    Auditions are open to all UMass Boston students. Rehearsals start in late February for the April production of two one-act plays written by UMass Boston alumni.
  63. NEW VOICES, NEW STORIES: A Celebration of Student Playwrights (Opening Night)
    Opening night of one-act plays written by UMass Boston student playwrights. NEW VOICES runs through April 18 and April 22-April 24.
  64. New Voices, New Stories: Student and Alumni Playwrights to Have Their Plays Performed This Week
    Two years after the first student playwrights festival, there will once again be an opportunity for audiences to hear and watch plays written by current UMass Boston students and alumni.
  65. Tickets Now on Sale for You Can’t Take It with You
    Tickets are now on sale for UMass Boston's fall 2014 production of this classic comedy, which runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21 in the McCormack Theatre.
  66. Closing Night: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall production ends tonight.
  67. You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  68. UMass Boston’s You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  69. UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department Presents: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  70. UMass Boston Presents: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  71. Opening Night: You Can’t Take It with You
    UMass Boston's fall 2014 production runs from November 13-15 and November 19-21.
  72. Second Day of You Can’t Take It with You Auditions
    This is the last day of auditions for the UMass Boston Performing Arts Department's fall 2014 production of You Can’t Take It with You.
  73. First Day of You Can’t Take It with You Auditions
    Auditions for the UMass Boston Performing Arts Department's fall 2014 production of You Can’t Take It with You will be held September 9 and 10.
  74. The William Joiner Institute Presents: Waiting for Gilgamesh: Scenes from Iraq
    The William Joiner Institute's 27th Annual Writers' Workshop invites you to this world premiere written by workshop participant Amir Al-Azraqi.
  75. Auditions for the Performing Arts Department’s Fall 2014 Production of You Can’t Take it With You
    Auditions for the UMass Boston Performing Arts Department's fall 2014 production of You Can’t Take it With You will be held September 9 and 10.
  76. UMass Boston Presents: Twelfth Night
    Tickets are now on sale for the Performing Arts Department's spring 2014 production, a romantic comedy that features mistaken identities.
  77. Final Performances: William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
    You have two chances to see the Performing Arts Department's production of Twelfth Night--at 2 and 8 p.m.
  78. William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
    The Performing Arts Department's spring 2014 production is a romantic comedy that features mistaken identities.
  79. The Performing Arts Department Presents: William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
    The Performing Arts Department's spring 2014 production is a romantic comedy that features mistaken identities.
  80. Opening Night: William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
    The Performing Arts Department's spring 2014 production is a romantic comedy that features mistaken identities.
  81. Final Performances: Urinetown The Musical
    You have two chances to see Urinetown The Musical today: at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
  82. Urinetown The Musical
    You only have three more chances to see UMass Boston's fall musical.
  83. UMass Boston Presents: Urinetown The Musical
    Urinetown The Musical is the Performing Arts Department's fall musical.
  84. Opening Night: Urinetown The Musical
    You're invited to opening night of Urinetown The Musical, the Performing Arts Department's fall musical.
  85. UMass Boston Presents: Urinetown The Musical
    The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department presents Urinetown The Musical December 4-7, 2013.
  86. Free Staged Reading at the Strand Theatre: Charles Fuller’s A Soldier’s Play
    On June 17, the Boston Black Theater Collective of UMass Boston's William Monroe Trotter Institute will present Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play.
  87. Final Performances of The Seagull
    There will be two performances of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull on April 27.
  88. Second Night of The Seagull
    The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department presents Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, its spring 2012 play.
  89. Opening Night of The Seagull
    Opening night for the Performing Arts Department's spring play has been pushed to Thursday night.
  90. CANCELLED: Opening Night of Chekhov’s The Seagull
    The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department presents Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, its spring 2012 play.
  91. Student Playwrights Festival Kicks Off Wednesday With Free Readings
    The Performing Arts Department kicks off its inaugural Student Playwrights Festival Wednesday with free staged readings of four plays written by UMass Boston students. Four fully-staged productions follow in March.
  92. Trotter Institute Benefit to Feature Same Play, Same Time as 24 Other Cities
    On Monday, June 18, the same play will be presented at the same time by 25 black theaters across the country. The Boston Black Theater Collective, part of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black History and Culture, is among those taking part.
  93. The Amen Corner: A Staged Reading to Benefit the Trotter Institute
    Boston's celebrity cast is part of a national initiative taking place in 25 cities across the country to honor the 25th anniversary of author James Baldwin's passing.