Announcement: Tickets Available for Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama

Tickets are now available online at gustavustickets.com or by calling 507-933-7590 for the Department of Theatre and Dance production of Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama, directed by Amy Seham. The performances are scheduled for November 22-24 in the Black Box Theatre; see below for times. Tickets not sold before the event will be placed on sale one hour prior to curtain at the box office. Gustavus students and staff are entitled to one free ticket for the production. Other tickets are $5.

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Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama
Amy Seham, Director
November 22 | 6:00 PM and 11:00 PM
November 23 | 8:00 PM
November 24 | 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM

Black Box Theatre

Realism was a revolution. Artists such as Stanislavsky, Ibsen, and Duse broke all the rules of 19th century theatre when they strove to represent believable human beings dealing society’s social problems. Today, realism is the dominant style for theatre and film acting. Students in this workshop production rediscover the revolutionary in scenes, monologues, and short plays from classic European and American realism.


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Tickets are now available online at gustavustickets.com or by calling 507-933-7590 for the Department of Theatre and Dance production of Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama, directed by Amy Seham. The performances are scheduled for November 22-24 in the Black Box Theatre; see below for times. Tickets not sold before the event will be placed on sale one hour prior to curtain at the box office. Gustavus students and staff are entitled to one free ticket for the production. Other tickets are $5.

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Time to Get Real: Selections from the Classics of Modern Drama
Amy Seham, Director
November 22 | 6:00 PM and 11:00 PM
November 23 | 8:00 PM
November 24 | 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM

Black Box Theatre

Realism was a revolution. Artists such as Stanislavsky, Ibsen, and Duse broke all the rules of 19th century theatre when they strove to represent believable human beings dealing society’s social problems. Today, realism is the dominant style for theatre and film acting. Students in this workshop production rediscover the revolutionary in scenes, monologues, and short plays from classic European and American realism.

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PostedNov 10, 2019