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  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    FriFeb22
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    SatFeb23
    Performing Arts Center Barn

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    SunFeb24
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    ThuFeb28
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    FriMar1
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Tartuffe"

    SatMar2
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Molière’s Tartuffe, a satire on hypocrisy, was banned for years after it was written with many believing it to be a satire on religion. This comedy tells the story of the family of Orgon and their belief that household is being manipulated by Tartuffe, an imposter. This 5 act play follows Orgon’s family and friends as they attempt to expose the true nature of Tartuffe.

  • Stage Company/Senior Playwriting Project

    WedMar6
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A lonely teenage girl seeks refuge from bullies while writing a fantastical story about pirates, princesses, and the courage to stand up for yourself and others, even if the world is against you.

  • Stage Company/Senior Playwriting Project

    ThuMar7
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A lonely teenage girl seeks refuge from bullies while writing a fantastical story about pirates, princesses, and the courage to stand up for yourself and others, even if the world is against you.

  • RWU Dance Theatre Junior/Senior Show

    FriMar22
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    RWU Dance and Performance Studies upperclassmen self-produce an intimate selection of their original choreography in solo, duet, and trio forms. For tickets go to: https://www.brownpapertickets.com...

  • RWU Dance Theatre Junior/Senior Show

    SatMar23
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    RWU Dance and Performance Studies upperclassmen self-produce an intimate selection of their original choreography in solo, duet, and trio forms. For tickets go to: https://www.brownpapertickets.com...

  • Music Series: Senior Recital

    SunMar24
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Graduating music major Francis Ferdinand, mezzo-soprano, will perform a program of diverse musical selections from films throughout history. Free and open to the public.

  • Alive! Arts Series: "Burn"

    MonMar25
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reshaping of Arthur Miller’s classic The Crucible showing how social media blurs the lines of truth and fiction and paves the way for witch hunts today.

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    FriApr12
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    SatApr13
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    SunApr14
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    WedApr24
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    FriApr26
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "This Beautiful City"

    SatApr27
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Commissioned and developed by The Civilians, this musical about the Evangelical movement is based on interviews with actual people. "The Civilians' project looks at Colorado Springs as a microcosm of issues facing the country as a whole — the shifting line between church and state, changing ideas about the nature of Christianity, and how different beliefs can either coexist or conflict within a community."

  • Music Series: Chorus Concert

    WedMay1
    GHH Atrium

    (GHH Atrium) Chorus Director Joseph Amante with the RWU Chorus will present a selection of choral works in a range of varied and interesting styles and vocal techniques. The program will include a larger masterwork as well as smaller pieces with instrumentalists. The RWU Chorus is the longest-standing musical ensemble on campus, consisting of both students and faculty members. Free and open to the public.

  • Dance Theatre: In Concert

    ThuMay2
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    New and innovative works by guest artists, students, and faculty.