Announcement: Tickets Available for Theatre Gallery, Shared Space, Honors Projects


Tickets are now available online at or by calling 507-933-7590 for the Department of Theatre & Dance productions of Theatre Gallery, Shared Space: A Temporary Connection, and Honors Projects by Andrea Broman and Andy Lupinek. Please see below for schedule of performances. Gustavus students and staff are entitled to one free ticket for Theatre Gallery and the Honors Projects. Other tickets are $5 for adults, senior citizens, and students. Tickets not sold before the event will be placed on sale one hour prior to curtain at the box office.

Theatre Gallery
December 10 at 4pm and 8:30pm | December 11 at 1pm and 7pm | Black Box Theatre
Amy Seham, Advisor

This mini-Fringe Festival provides our talented theatre majors with opportunities to write, devise, direct and design their own pieces, and to see their ideas come to life in production. The Gallery features 10-minute plays by members of the Playwriting Course and experimental works created by students.

Shared Space: A Temporary Connection
December 8 at 7pm | December 9 at 8:30pm | December 10 at 1pm | December 11 at 4pm Kresge Studio
Melissa Rolnick, Advisor

Shared Space is a student directed, choreographed, designed and performed, studio dance concert. The show gives new choreographers an opportunity to present their work to the community. Each year the performance features a diverse collection of dance styles and forms.

Honors Projects: Andrea Broman and Andy Lupinek
December 9 at 7pm | December 10 at 7pm | Anderson Theatre

Love, LeighDevised by Andrea Broman

Love has never been simple. Love, Leigh explores the intimate connections that keep people together and push people apart, and just how complicated love and heartbreak can get.

These Hands That KillDevised by Andy Lupinek

Centered around contemporary expectation of success and the desire for advancement, These Hands That Kill utilizes physical theatre to prompt our inner conscience and pose the unnerving question of whether we will fight for our own survival or the survival of a greater community. Ultimately, the choice is in our ha

PostedApr 17, 2019