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  • Stage Company One-Act Festival: "Portrait of Madonna" & "Unquestionable Evil"

    FriOct19
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Portrait of a Madonna, by Tennessee Williams "Miss Lucretia Collins once had young love and a bright future. Now she lives plagued with delusions in a small, decrepit apartment. Every night she imagines that Richard, her former love, breaks into her room to take advantage of her - but when she reports the intruder to the building manager, a doctor is called to come take her away."--Samuel French Unquestionable Evil, by Sam Graber A couple instructs their young son to infiltrate the wedding of a politician to find the evil force behind the global energy crisis.

  • Stage Company One-Act Festival: "Portrait of Madonna" & "Unquestionable Evil"

    SatOct20
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Portrait of a Madonna, by Tennessee Williams "Miss Lucretia Collins once had young love and a bright future. Now she lives plagued with delusions in a small, decrepit apartment. Every night she imagines that Richard, her former love, breaks into her room to take advantage of her - but when she reports the intruder to the building manager, a doctor is called to come take her away."--Samuel French Unquestionable Evil, by Sam Graber A couple instructs their young son to infiltrate the wedding of a politician to find the evil force behind the global energy crisis.

  • Dance Basement Series: Katie McNamara, Olase Freeman, RWU Freshman Company

    SatNov10
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    Katie McNamara, Olase Freeman and members of the Roger Williams University Dance Theatre Freshmen Company. Olase Freeman formerly danced with Jane Comfort & Co. Katie McNamara’s work has been shown at Philadelphia’s Painted Bride Art Center, Galapagos Art Space in New York, the Projekt Theatre (Dresden, Germany) as well as during the Silesian Dance Festival (Bytom, Poland). Free and Open to the Public

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    FriNov16
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    SatNov17
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    SunNov18
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    ThuNov29
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    FriNov30
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Theatre Main Season Series: "Eurydice"

    SatDec1
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    A modern reimagining of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his wife. A fresh look at a timeless love story. "Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." - The New York Times

  • Dance Theatre: In Concert

    ThuDec6
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

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

  • Dance Theatre: In Concert

    FriDec7
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

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

  • Dance Theatre: In Concert

    SatDec8
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

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

  • Dance Theatre: In Concert

    SunDec9
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

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

  • Music Series: Instrumental Ensemble Concert

    MonDec10
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    This semester, the ensemble will take the audience on a dancing tour of the world, with dance music and related pieces from near and far. Take a break from your busy end-of-semester and holiday schedule join us for this free and fun concert.

  • Music Series: Chorus Concert

    WedDec12
    Performing Arts Center (The Barn)

    New Chorus Director, Joseph Amante with The RWU Chorus will present a concert with various selections of choral works. Works performed will range from different styles of music. The RWU Chorus is a celebrated musical ensemble on campus and it consists of students and faculty members.