***This play concerns the medical treatment of hysteria with vibrators, so performers cast in the show will
need to be ready to deal with the material. No nudity or profanity required, just vulnerability
a good sense of humor, and risk taking****
Performances dates and times: Nov. 1, 2, 7, 8, at 7:30 p.m.; Nov. 9 , at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Ticket information http:// tickets @pugetsound.edu or call Wheelock Student Center at 253-879-3419
Theatre Arts offers courses and activities in which students learn to make, understand, and evaluate theatrical events. Majors, minors, and non-majors learn how to apply a wide range of skills and insights-acting, directing, producing, scenography, playwriting, dramaturgy-to the theatre-making process. Theatre Arts students discover how to pursue a comprehensive education in the liberal arts through theatre making and a comprehensive education in theatre through the liberal arts. Through a season of faculty- and student-directed plays, including the spring Senior Theatre Festival, students learn about theatre through participation in rehearsal, production, and performance. Department productions provide the university and local community with the opportunity to experience high-quality theatre of diverse style, content, and form from a variety of historical periods. Finally, Theatre Arts endeavors to enable students who so desire to pursue further study in graduate programs and professional internships.
The department annually offers scholarships for incoming and ongoing students: deadline, February 15. For information, visit the department website or contact the department coordinator at (253) 879-3330.
This intimate theatre, located in Jones Hall, serves as the performance center for the department. All students are welcome to audition for Theatre Arts productions and participate in their technical aspects.