The Taylor University Theatre Department's production of Rabbit Hole begins Friday in Mitchell Theatre. As improbably funny as it is heartbreaking, this story of a family in crisis won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Becca and Howie had the perfect life – a great marriage, a beautiful house, and a lovely son. But after a tragic accident, the couple faces the challenges of surviving great loss and making a life with the family that remains.
The Taylor University Lyric Theatre presents Stephen Schwartz’s musical Working. Three showings are scheduled: February 5 and 6 at 8:00 p.m., and February 7 at 2:00 p.m. All are in Taylor University’s Butz-Carruth Recital Hall, and tickets are $10.00.
This weekend, Taylor Theatre presents the first round of performances of The Marriage of Figaro, and music and theatre faculty welcome high school seniors to audition for Taylor’s new musical theatre major.
The operatic comedy The Marriage of Figaro will be presented over the next two weekends in the Mitchell Theatre on the Taylor University campus. Tickets are available at the Taylor Box Office.
The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, a play examining the stories of people caught up in the Arab-Israeli conflict, opens the 2015-2016 Taylor University Theatre season with shows the weekend of September 25-27.
A group of student actors from Taylor University has been in Scotland this week, presenting an interactive play based on biblical writings and poetry.