2012–2013 Shows

Fall 2012

  • Proof by David Auburn, directed by Audrey Francis
  • Theater [24]
  • A Weekend of Workshops:
    • The University of Laughs by Koki Mitani, translated and directed by Myra Su
    • Scene from Richard III by William Shakespeare, directed by Anna Meredith
    • The Doctor and Ariel in The Tempest by William Shakespeare, directed by Alessio Franko
    • Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread by David Ives, directed by Shuwen Qian
  • This is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan, directed by Fred Schmidt-Arenales
  • The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard, directed by Shelley Horwitz
  • Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare, directed by Colin Bresnahan
  • The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, directed by Eamon Boylan

Winter 2013

  • Theater[24]
  • A Weekend of Workshops:
    • The Twelve Dancing Princesses, directed by Margeaux Perkins
    • ALICES: Adventures in Wonderland, adapted and directed by James Fleming
    • Lysistrata by Aristophanes, directed by Marisa Chilberg
  • Hotel Nepenthe by John Kuntz, directed by Scarlett Kim
  • The Creadeaux Canvas by Keith Bunin, directed by Jesse Roth
  • A Weekend of Workshops
    • Scene from Boston Marriage by David Mamet, directed by Julia Santha
    • Monologue from Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare, directed by Eamon Boylan
    • Scene from Top Girls by Caryl Churchill, directed by Gabrielle Costa
  • Henry VI by William Shakespeare, directed by Graham Albachten
  • Principia Circusatica: Scientific Principles Through the World of Circus, written and directed by Will Craft (in collaboration with Le Vorris and Vox circus)

Spring 2013

  • Theater[24]
  • New Work Week(ends)
  • reWILDing Genius by Andrew Hobgood and Megan Johns, directed by Evan Linder (in collaboration with The New Colony)
  • A Weekend of Workshops:
    • Hello Out There by William Saroyan, directed by Kathleen Cawley
    • First Love by Chuck Mee, directd by Eleanor Clifford
  • The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, directed by Anna Meredith
  • The Drowsy Chaperone by Lisa Lambert, Greg Morrison, Bob Martin, and Don McKellar; directed by Ava Woychuk-Mlinac

2011–2012 Shows

Fall 2011

  • Sexual Perversity in Chicago, by David Mamet, directed by Audrey Francis
  • Theater [24]
  • A Weekend of Workshops:
    • Scenes From Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, directed by Annie Considine
    • Picnic on a Battlefield, by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Jamie Mermelstein
    • What I Meant Was, by Craig Lucas, directed by Ava Woychuk-Mlinac
    • The Tragic Tale of Melissa McNormous McHiney McWhale, by Walter Wykes, directed by Emmett Rensin
  • The Homecoming, by Harold Pinter, directed by William Bishop
  • The Violet Hour, by Richard Greenberg, directed by Jesse Roth
  • Henry IV, by William Shakespeare, directed by Tom Murphy

Winter 2012

  • Theater [24]
  • A Weekend of Workshops: Premieres
    • The Gribsby Scene from The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by John Lisovsky
    • This is Our [Chicago] Youth, devised piece, directed by Fred Schmidt-Arenales
    • Graceland, devised piece, directed by Zev Hurwich
    • Midnight Snack, written and directed by Myra Su
  • A Weekend of Workshops: Chekhov
    • The Bear by Anton Chekhov, directed by Colin Bresnahan
    • The Festivities by Anton Chekhov, directed by Sasha Ayvazov
    • The Proposal by Anton Chekhov, directed by Shelley Horwitz
  • True West by Sam Shepard, directed by Amanda Fink
  • Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, directed by Annie Considine
  • Reefer Madness by Dan Studney and Kevin Murphy, directed by Claire Stone

Spring 2012

  • Theater[24]
  • New Work Weekend(s)
  • An Actor Prepares, adapted by Mickle Maher, directed by Devon de Mayo
  • A Weekend of Workshops
    • An Adaptation of Sppon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Master, directed by Michael Reinhard
    • This Property is Condemned by Tennessee Williams, directed by Eamon Boylan
    • 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane, directed by Scarlett Kim
    • The Chinese Restaurant Installation, directed by Nicholas Shatan
    • The Last Five Years by Jason Robert Brown, directed by Ava Woychuk-Mlinac
  • Cymbeline by William Shakespeare, directed by Jesse Roth
  • The Lion in Winter by James Goldman, directed by Tom Murphy

2010–2011 Shows

Fall 2010

  • Theater [24] - Cloud with Trousers
  • A Weekend Of Workshops:
    • ​The September Cycle, written and directed by Nora Sorena Casey
    • Victoria Station, by Harold Pinter, directed by Myra Su
    • Listening, by Edward Albee, directed by William Bishop
  • Life Is a Dream, by Pedro Calderon de la Barca, translated and adapted by Nilo Cruz, directed by Evan Garrett
  • The Rose Tattoo, by Tennessee Williams, directed by KImberly Senior
  • Henry V, by William Shakespeare, directed by Amanda Fink

Winter 2011

  • Theater [24]
  • A Weekend Of Workshops:
    • ​Adaptation: The Musical, written by Eric Shoemaker, directed by Steffi Carter
    • Paper Plates, devised and directed by Katie Goldberg
    • A Separate Peace, written by Tom Stoppard, directed by John King
    • The Rise and Fall of The Roman Empire, written by Stephen Bittrich, directed by Megan St. John
  • ​Crime and Punishment written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, adapted by Marilyn Campbell and Curt Colombus, directed by Jesse Roth
  • Red Light Winter written by Adam Rapp, directed by William Bishop
  • Hamlet by William Shakespeare, directed by Ellenor Riley-Condit
  • Into The Woods by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, directed by William Glick

Spring 2011

  • Theater [24]
  • New Work Weekends 2011:
    • Requiem by Briana Finegan, directed by John King
    • A Sea of Them by Jesse Roth, directed by Andrew Cutler
    • 41 Somethings About a Man by Matt Hartman, directed by Nick Currie
    • a solo clown piece by Fred Schmidt-Arenales, directed by Ethan Dubin
    • Serenity by Philip McGrath
    • Fifteen Children Will Want Postcards by Julia Dratel, directed by Katelyn Muenck
    • Hepcat Hype by Katelyn Muenck, directed by Julia Dratel
    • The Winter Farm by William Glick, directed by Sasha Geffen
    • Innov by Katie Hunter, directed by Jesse Roth
    • Architecture Daily by Hannah Cook, directed by Vaidehi Joshi
    • The Visiting Hours by Briana Estevez, directed by Katelyn Muenck
    • Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation by Nick Currie, directed by MaThew Hartman
    • Defect by Melanie Kassel, directed by Molly Miller
    • Uncommon Chickens by Myra Su, directed by Autumn McConnico
    • Straight to The Moon by Autumn McConnico, directed by Myra Su
    • The Failures by Emmett Rensin, directed by Gabe Benghiat
    • Rapid Cycling by Alicia Graf
    • Devil’s Pie by Ethan Dubin, directed by Will Bishop
    • A Counterfitter and an Offensive Flatterer written and performed by James LaRocque
    • a B.A. solo performance written and performed by Ellenor Riley-Condit
    • Class of 76 by Graham Rosby, directed by Andrew Cutler
  • These Shining Lives by Melanie Marnich, directed by David New
  • Break based on a novel by Hannah Moskowitz, adapted and directed by Adam Rosenthal
  • Oedipus based on a play by Sophocles, adapted and directed by William Bishop (a TAPS/FOTA submission)
  • A Weekend Of Workshops:
    • ​Arabian Night, written by David Ives, directed by Autumn McConnico
    • The Misunderstanding, written by Alfred Camus, directed by Julia Dratel
    • This Side of Paradise, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, directed by Tom Murphy
    • Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, directed by Claire Stone
    • Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry, directed by Ethan Dubin

2009–2010 Shows

Fall 2009

  • Power! Identity! Resistence! :A Weekend Of Workshops
    • Lithuania, by Rubert Brooke, directed by Evan Garrett
    • The Stronger, by August Strindberg, directed by Megan Geigner
    • The Borges Project, based on short stories by J.L. Borges, directed by Ofer Ravid
    • Sez She, by Jane Martin, directed by Beth Walker
  • ​The Shape of Things, by Neil LaBute, directed by Toby Teiger
  • Fefu and Her Friends, by Maria Irene Fornes, directed by William Glick
  • The Car Cemetery, by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Anastasia Barron

Winter 2010

  • Self, Torture, & Anxiety: A Weekend Of Workshops
    • Variations on The Death of Trotsky, by David Ives, directed by John King
    • The Informer, by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Katie Goldberg
    • Kissing Christine, by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Molly FitzMaurice
    • Chushingura, translated by Donald Keene, directed by Ethan Dubin
  • ​Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, directed by Aileen McGroddy
  • Big Love by Charles Mee, directed by Sean Graney

Spring 2010

  • New Work Week 2010
    • Oedipus by Pierre Corneille, Translator: David Wray, directed by Drew Dir
    • The Tragedy of Ismene… by Zachary Moull, directed by William Glick
    • Things go White When Nighttime Ends by William Glick, directed by Sasha Geffen
    • March Rose by Nick Currie, directed by Toby Tieger
    • Whim by Toby Tieger, directed by Leah Rand
    • Limbs and Lungs by Tamara Silverleaf, directed by Ethan Dubin
    • You are Gorgeous and I’m Coming by Kelsey Glass Johnston, Performer: Kelsey Glass Johnston
    • Great Pants by Megan St. John, directed by Luca Winer
    • Banishment by Yi Chen, directed by Haley Doner
    • What I Learned about Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest… by Jack Mayer, directed by Aaron Horton
    • The Dove Girl by Hannah Cook, directed by Megan St.John
    • Bar Story by Michael Lipkowitz, directed by Hilary Leithauser
    • The Birthday Song by Frank White, directed by Ellenor Riley-Condit
    • Reflections on a Day Spent in Marin County by Will Bishop, directed by Jess Kadish
    • Goulash by Aaron Horton, directed by Will Bishop
    • Elysium is as Far as The Nearest Room by Autumn McConnico, directed by Molly FitzMaurice
    • Evolution by Jesse Roth, directed by Susan Augenbraun
    • How to Build a Bomb by Jacqueline McLaren, directed by Evan Garrett
    • Lounge by Joshua Katz, directed by Aileen McGroddy
  • ​Sandboxes of Sexual Consequences: A Weekend Of Workshops
    • We Had a Very Good Time, by David Auburn, directed by Susan Augenbraun
    • Lunch, by Steven Berkoff, directed by Jesse Roth
    • Controlling, by Wayne S. Rawley, directed by North de Pencier
    • Crimson Hotel, by Michael Frayn, directed by Sarah Pickering
  • ​The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney, directed by Christopher Shea
  • The Flu Season by Will Eno, directed by Tamara Silverleaf
  • Triolus+Cressida by William Shakespeare, directed by Will Bishop
  • Nowhere Town by Hal Duncan, directed by Beth Walker
  • Die Hard translated by Jack Mayer, directed by Jack Mayer

2008–2009 Shows

Fall 2008

  • Workshop Week:
    • Liars Club by Neil LaBute, directed by Toby Tieger
    • Aoi No Uye, directed by Graham Fetterman
    • Scenes from Through The Looking Glass adapted and directed by David Jarvis
    • The Lesson by Eugene Ionesco, directed by Tamara Silverleaf
  • Sketch Show directed by David Brent
  • How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel, directed by Kat Lieder
  • Prozak and the Platypus by Jill Sobule and Elise Thoron, directed by Evelyn DeHais
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Recess[ion]!

Winter 2009

  • 5th Week Workshops
    • ​The Music Cure by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Harrison Adams
    • Reverse Transcription by Tony Kushner, directed by William Glick
    • Christmas at The Ivanov’s by Anton Chekov, directed by Anastasia Baron
  • ​6th Week Workshops
    • ​Everyman directed by Evan Garrett
    • The Doctor in Spite of Himself by Moliere, directed by Riley Kreger
    • Ashes to Ashes by Harold Pinter, directed by Sasha Geffen
  • Tartuffe, ​directed by Morgan Warfield-Reich
  • Urinetown, by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman, directed by Jonathan Berry
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Let Freedom Vibrate

Spring 2009

  • New Work Week
    • In Line at La Club Dance written by Evan Cudworth. directed by Toby Tieger
    • Saving The Queen written by Helen Gregg. directed by Morgan Warfield-Reich
    • Wiki Love, written by Sarah Rosenshine. directed by Otillia Steadman
    • SOLO Performances: Griffin Sharps, Lila Newman, Kit Novotny
    • Saints written by Mitch Salm. directed by Brian LaDuca
    • Eight Close written by Evan Garrett. directed by Ethan Dubin
    • Girl Talk written by North de Pencier. directed by Luca Winer
    • The Virgin, The Sailor, and The Student written and directed by William Bishop.
    • Untitled Dance Piece, choreographed by Yael Vidan
    • A Girl Named Clyde written by Jack Mayer. directed by Morgan Maher
    • Tru West written by Morgan Maher. directed by Jack Mayer
    • Stone Baby: A Musical written by Augie Praley and Tim Splain.
    • Hitwoman written by Bryan Duff and Lila Newman. directed by Augie Praley
    • Overtime written by Sasha Geffen. directed by KaTherine Greenleaf
    • Bernard’s Birthday Party, written by Evelyn DeHais. directed by Tamara Silverleaf
  • Workshop Week
    • Act Without Words by Samuel Beckett, directed by Tamara Silverleaf
    • Universal Language by David Ives, directed by Nora Casey
    • The Stonewater Rapture By Doug Wright. directed by Nick Currie
    • Finger Food By Nina Shengold. directed by Gabe Benghiat
  • Sidecar directed by Sara Smithback and Ilana Tabby
  • Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Evelyn DeHais
  • The Last Ninety Minutes In The Life of Nikola Tesla by Lee August Praley, directed by Pheobe Holtzman

2007–2008 Shows

Fall 2007

  • Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin, directed by Paul Bruton
  • Workshop Week:
    • The World According to Charles Barley by Augie Praley, directed by Phoebe Holtzman
    • Red Horse Animation by Lee Bruer, directed by MaThew Landback
  • Look Back In Anger by John Osborne, directed by Ethan Stanislawski
  • Top Girls by Caryl Churchill, directed by Sean Graney
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The 21st Generation’s Fall Revue

Winter 2008

  • Dead City directed by Ben Shepard
  • Workshop Week:
    • “Tonight’s Specials”: Selections from All In The Timing by David Ives, directed by Aileen McGroddy
    • A Percussive Tap Workshop, directed by Kate Welham
  • Frozen by Bryony Lavery, directed by Raf Kuhn
  • Loot by Joe Orton, directed by Stephen Balady
  • Francis X. Kinahan Theater
  • Is There Life After High School? by Craig Carnelia and Jeffrey Kindley, directed by Lee August Praley

Spring 2008

  • New Work Week
    • The Labyrinth of Crete, translated and adapted by Margot Spellman. Dir. Marie Sennyey
    • Hideous Progeny by Emily Deniger. Dir. Evelyn DeHais
    • Lily of The Valley written and directed by William Glick
    • Fish Naming by Jacqueline McLean. Dir. Marie Sennyey
    • The Hours, adapted by Daniel Sefik. Dir. Morgan Warfield-Reich
    • The Art in The Museum, by Christopher Shea. Dir. David Brent
    • Stuck: Growing up by The Wayside, by Toby Tieger. Dir Daniel Sefik
    • Solo Show, written and performed by Victoria Bartley
    • Also-Ran, by David Brent. Dir. Phoebe Holtzman
    • Solo Performances by Augie Praley. Dir by NWW ensemble
    • Metal Mouths, by Tracy Mumford. Dir Toby Tieger
    • The Cowboy, by Liz Platt. Dir Morgan Warfield-Reich
    • After, by Rachel Landau. Dir Toby Tieger
    • Augie Praley Masturbates, by Augie Praley. Dir David Brent
    • Tommy Gun by Nora Sorena Casy. Dir David Jarvis
    • Henry and The Water Demon by Jessica Wright. Dir by Aileen McGroddy
  • Workshop Week
    • Drum-N-Gon, conceived and directed by Mathias Jamison-Koenig
    • Phaedra, adapted and directed by Alli Urbanik
    • Pillars of Salt written and directed by Helen Gregg
  • Richard adapted and directed by Griffin Sharps
  • Workshop Week
    • David Mamet Scenes compiled and directed by Evelyn DeHais
    • The Spotted Man by Walter Wykes, directed by Anastasia Barron
    • The Great Nebula in Orion by Lanford Wilson, directed by Kat Lieder
    • Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizukia, directed by Liz Platt
  • Bat Boy: The Musical, story and book by KeyThe Farley and Brian Flemming, music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe, directed by Augie Praley

2006–2007 Shows

Fall 2006

  • Workshop Week:
    • DROP by Brian K. Vaughan
    • The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone by Ray Bradbury, adapted by Drew Dir*
    • Strindberg: One on One (Pariah and The Stronger), by August Strindberg
    • The Zoo Story by Edward Albee
  • Wander Standing by Martyna Majok
  • Broken Bride, by Ludo
  • Ghostlight, by David Alford
  • Venus, by Suzan-Lori Parks
  • Woyzeck, by Georg Buchner
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The 20th Generation’s Fall Revue

Winter 2007

  • Agon by Angeline Gragasin
    • Very Important People, by Christopher Shea
    • It’s a Small World, by Roy London
    • Old Friends: The Songs of Stephen Sondheim
  • The Lonely, choreographed and conceived by Kate Blomquist
  • Workshop Week: LOST AND FOUND
    • The No Way Home, adapted by Griffin Sharps from The songs of Tom Waits
    • A One-Hour Cutting of Antigone, by Jean Anouilh
  • but i can only whisper, by Kristiana Colon
  • Cathaginians, by Frank McGuinness
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: In Case of Emergency Breakdance

Spring 2007

  • New Work Week
    • Jolie Comme Une Rose, by Anastasia Barron
    • 3 Untitled Songs, by Daniel Sefik
    • Did You Hear? by Brian Karfunkel
    • Allen Silvy, by Jack Mayer
    • Repairmen, by Max Falkowitz
    • Bluenosed, by Jessica Wright
    • Psst … I Have Something to Tell You, Mi Amor, by Ana Castillo
    • A Hero of Our Time, by Daniel Stearns
    • Academia, by Manoah Finston
    • Untitled BA Project, by Margaret Lebron
    • Winchester House, by Drew Dir
    • 300 Million, by Laura Meisel
    • Roundabout, by Catharine Kollros
    • 365 Plays, by Susan Lori-Parks
  • Private Lives, by Noel Coward
  • Heads You Lose by Drew Dir, Tera Ellefson, Sarah Fornace, Hannah Kushnick, Jane Lopes and Daniel Roberts
  • Workshop WeekWorkshop Week
    • ‘Dentity Crisis, by Christopher Durang
    • The Festivities, by Anton Chekov
    • The Shared Patio, based on The story by Miranda July, adapted by Frank Lin
  • Measure for Measure, by William Shakespeare
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The 21ST GENERATION’S DEBUT REVUE

2005–2006 Shows

Fall 2005

  • Workshop Week:
    • The Brute, by Anton Chekhov
    • The Public Eye, by Peter Schaffer
    • True West, by Sam Shephard
  • The Matchstick Theory, by Ian Romain*
  • Valse, by Ernst Toch, adapted by Angeline Gragasin*
  • Stop Kiss, by Diana Son
  • The Unseen Day, by Rob Goodwin and Catharine Kollros*
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Welcome to the Pleasuredome

Winter 2006

  • Sweet Time, by Jessica Wright*
  • Poodle with Guitar and Dark Glasses, by Liz Duffy Adams
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, by Tom Stoppard
  • Ivona, Princess of Burgundia, by Witold Gombrowicz
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Where The Wild Things At

Spring 2006

  • City of Angels, book by Larry Gelbart, music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Dave Zippel
  • New Work Week, a festival of student written plays*
  • FOTA Collaboration/Workshop Week
  • No Exit, by Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Valparaiso, by Don DeLillo
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Giving Up Tree

2004–2005 Shows

Fall 2004

  • Workshop Week
  • Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, by John Patrick Shanley
  • The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The House That Crack Built

Winter 2005

  • Workshop Week:
    • A Smokey Morning*
    • Hamletmachine
    • Love Love Love
  • Mild Mild West, an Improv show by Off-Off Campus
  • Poe, based on works by Edgar Allan Poe, adapted by Caitlin Doughty*
  • The Crucible, by Arthur Miller
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Bipolar Express

Spring 2005

  • A Doll House (Staged Reading), by Henrik Ibsen, translated by D. Nicholas Rudall
  • New Work Week, a festival of student written plays*
  • for colored girls who have considered suicide/when The rainbow is enuf, by ntozake shange
  • Art, by Yazmina Reza
  • FOTA Collaboration/Workshop Week
  • Far Away, by Caryl Churchill
  • Electra, by Sophocles, translated by D. Nicholas Rudall
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Umbrella for Beginners

2003–2004 Shows

Fall 2003

  • Fun, by James Bosley
  • The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E Lee
  • Henry V, by William Shakespeare
  • Cabaret, by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Gorilla Warfare

Winter 2004

  • I Hate Hamlet, by Paul Rudick
  • David and Lisa, by James Reach
  • Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn
  • Suburbia, by Eric Bogosian
  • Under Milk Wood, by Dylan Thomas
  • Little Shop of Horrors, by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman
  • Wintertime, by Charles Mee
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Cirque D’Off-Off

Spring 2004

  • Mentorship Show: The Meaning of It All
  • The 24-Hour Play Project
  • Accidental Death of an Anarchist, by Dario Fo, translated by Gillian Hanna, adapted by Gavin Richards
  • Crave, By Sarah Kane
  • The Man Who Turned into a Stick, by Kobo Abe, translated by Donald Keene
  • Gorey Stories, by Stephen Currens, Edward Gorey, and David Aldrich
  • The Medium, by Gian Carlo Menotti
  • The Rover, By Aphra Behn
  • A Collaboration on Two Stages
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Pants, Pants, Revolution!

2002–2003 Shows

Fall 2002

  • Picnic on The Battlefield, by Fernando Arrabal
  • The Festivities, by Anton Chekhov
  • Tales of The Lost Formicans, by Constance Congdon
  • Leocadia, by Jean Anouilh
  • Company!, by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: A River Ran Through Id
  • UT Day

Winter 2003

  • The Gift, by Tom Lister
  • Mark The Date Stand Up Comedy, by Ben Golde
  • This is Our Youth, by Kenneth Lonergan
  • Jesus Awakens The Little Girl, by Emmett Loverde
  • The Lover, by Harold Pinter
  • Clunk! Clown Theatre Presents: Incidences, by Danil Kharms
  • The Misanthrope, by Moliere, translated by Richard Wilbur
  • Movements of The Mind, original dance pieces by UC Dancers
  • Side Man, by Warren Leight
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Pastor of Muppets and The New Black
  • UT Day

Spring 2003

  • Mentorship Show: Scene Change: Different Voices, Same Stage
  • Dance Studio
  • The Philadelphia, by David Ives
  • Aria Da Capo, by Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Chopped Pork Shoulder Meat, written and directed by Ziba Scott
  • Oedi, by Rich Orloff
  • Leaving Phoebe, by Elizabeth Levy
  • If You Only Had a Little Discipline, You’d be Fine, by Kay Perdue
  • Ghosts, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Running in The Family, adapted by Anna Brenner
  • The House of Yes, by Wendy MacLeod
  • Pippin, by Stephen Schwartz and Rodger Hirson
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Pillow Fight Club
  • UT Day

2001–2002 Shows

Fall 2001

  • Smile Laugh Happy Good, original improv comedy
  • The Bald Soprano, by Eugene Ionesco
  • Miss Julie, by August Strindberg
  • Edmond, by David Mammet
  • Rover, by Alex Horwitz
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: If These Balls Could Talk

Winter 2002

  • GillKillPruDale, original improv comedy
  • Hardy Boys and Woman Stand-Up, by Christopher Durang
  • Mature Audiences Only, original performance art
  • The Bacchae by Euripides, translated by Frank Blessington
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Five Guys, a Girl, and a Cookie

Spring 2002

  • Mentorship Show
  • Dance Studio 2002
  • Purgastories, by Jim Poyser
  • General of Hot Desire, by John Guare
  • WASP, by Steve Martin
  • The Egg, by Bulbul Tiwari
  • The Skin of our Teeth, by Thorton Wilder
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Off-Off Campus and The Riddle of The Sphinx

2000–2001 Shows

Fall 2000

  • Rumors, by Neil Simon
  • Picasso at The Lapin Agile, by Steve Martin
  • The Night of The Iguana, by Tennessee Williams
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Yes and OTher Answers
  • Antigone, by Jean Anouileh, translated/adapted by Hannah Kaye *

Winter 2001

  • Mature Audiences Only, a revue of experimental movement pieces
  • The Caucasian Chalk Circle, by Bertolt Brecht
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Destiny Jerk Reaction
  • Spiral Bound Theater, an improvised show about Hyde Park
  • Play, by Samuel Beckett
  • Words Words Words, by David Ives
  • Skylight, by David Hare
  • Titanic & ‘Dentity Crisis, by Christopher Durang

Spring 2001

  • Artist Descending a Staircase, by Tom Stoppard
  • A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to The Forum, by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: “Plays of Future Past: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The ChronoThespitron”
  • Romance of The Rose, music/lyrics/book by Joshua Tyra, adapted from The 15th C French poem
  • The Epic of Gilgamesh, adapted by Caitlin Hammel *
  • White Wines, by Gertrude Stein
  • The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged), by The Reduced Shakespeare Co.
  • Dance Studio 2001
  • Smile Laugh Happy Good/Foot in Mouth Disease, an improvised show

1999–2000 Shows

Fall 1999

  • Orestes, by Charles Mee
  • Endgame, by Samuel Beckett
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Last Things First
  • OTher People’s Money, by Jerry Sterner
  • The Side of Paradise, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Nelly Lewis *
  • Les Liaisons Dangereuses, by Christopher Hampton

Winter 2000

  • Hedda Gabler, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Love! Valour! Compassion!, by Terrence MacNally
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Amazing Lipnicki Revolution
  • Self Torture and Strenuous Exercise, by Harry Kondoleon
  • The Bear, by Anon Chekov
  • 12 Angry Men, by Some Guy
  • The Cenci, by Antonin Artaud

Spring 2000

  • Into The Woods, by Stephen Soundheim
  • Troilus and Cressida, by William Shakespeare
  • Arabian Nights, by Saket Soni *
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Truth Decay
  • Yerma, by Federico Garcia Lorca
  • The Zoo Story, by Edward Albee
  • Betrayal, by Harold Pinter

Summer 2000

  • As You Like It, by William Shakespeare
  • The Pinter Project, several one-acts by Pinter

1998–1999 Shows

Fall 1998

  • Kind Ness, by Ping Chong
  • Nine, by Maury Yeston & Arthur Kopit
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Big Bang, Big Crunch, Big Deal
  • 7 Blowjobs, by Mac Wellman
  • The Long Goodbye and Auto-da-fe, by Tennessee Williams
  • Desdemona: a Play about a Handkerchief, by Paula Vogel
  • The Private Life of The Master Race, by Bertolt Brecht

Winter 1999

  • Salome, by Oscar Wilde
  • The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams
  • Weddings of Blood, by Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Amanda Delheimer (premiere)
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: You’re a Dead Man, Charlie Brown!
  • Ghost in The Machine, by David Gilman
  • The Noble Lord, by Percival Wilde
  • The American Dream, by Edward Albee
  • The Wild Party, by Joseph Moncure March

Spring 1999

  • Travesties, by Tom Stoppard
  • Bright Room Called Day, by Tony Kushner
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Afterlife for Dummies
  • The Dumb Waiter, by Harold Pinter
  • Oleanna, by Harold Pinter
  • The Cave of Montesinos, composed by Alison Reid *
  • Exegesis, choreographed by Shelly Ulrich and Linara Washington

Summer 1999

  • Hyde Park Fine Arts Festival: Macbeth, by William Shakespeare

1997–1998 Shows

Fall 1997

  • The Revenge of The Space Pandas, by David Mamet
  • The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Slim’s Table
  • Eukiah, by Lanford Wilson
  • IIkke, Ikke, Nye, Nye, Nye, by Lanford Wilson
  • Three More Sleepless Nights, by Caryl Churchill
  • Cliff!, by Chris Conry (premiere)
  • Don Juan in Hell, by George Bernard Shaw
  • Murder in The CaThedral, by T.S. Eliot

Winter 1998

  • Blackfriars: The Fantasticks, by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Glacier!
  • Phillip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread, by David Ives
  • Lot 13: The Bone Violin, by Doug Wright
  • The Universal Wolf, by Joan Schenker
  • To CloThe The Naked, by Luigi Pirandello

Spring 1998

  • Electra, by Euripedes
  • Italian Straw Hat, by Eugene Labiche, translated by Danielle Levin (premiere)
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Spaghetti Western Canon
  • Dance Studio ‘98
  • Power Play at Priscilla’s Pepperoni Pizza Palace, by Connor Coyne
  • Jadoo An Evening of Magic with Shreeyash Palshikar (premiere)
  • Happily Ever After, by Leigh Keiser (premiere)
  • The Problem, by A.R. Gurney
  • Reverse Psychology, by Charles Ludlam
  • Fortinbras, by Lee Blessing

Summer 1998

  • Summer Shakespeare in The Court: Love’s Labor’s Lost

1996–1997 Shows

Fall 1996

  • The Odd Couple, by Neil Simon
  • Measure for Measure, by William Shakespeare
  • The Philanderer, by George Bernard Shaw
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Charlotte’s Website
  • AnoTher Moon Called Earth, by Tom Stoppard
  • Riders to The Sea, by J. M. Synge
  • The Game, by John Stiening (premiere)

Winter 1997

  • What The Butler Saw, by Joe Orton
  • The Cherry Orchard, by Anton Chekhov
  • The Mystery of Irma Vep, by Charles Ludlam
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: The Dukes of Biohazard
  • Commedia Del ‘High School, created by Dan Goldstein and John Bourdeaux (premiere)
  • The Caretaker, by Harold Pinter
  • Prelude and Liebestod, by Terrence McNally

Spring 1997

  • The Cabinet Shop, by Michael Epperson (premiere)
  • Blackfriars: Jesus Christ Superstar, by Andrew Lloyd Weber, lyrics by Tim Rice
  • The BathHouse, by Vladimir Mayakovsky
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Underdogma
  • Dance Studio ‘98
  • Home, by Samm Art Williams
  • F.O.B., by David Henry Hwang

Summer 1997

  • Summer Shakespeare in The Court: The Comedy of Errors

1995–1996 Shows

Fall 1995

  • Glengarry Glen Ross, by David Mamet
  • Macbeth, by William Shakespeare
  • Blackfriars: Man of La Mancha, by Dale Wasserman, Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Apocalypso
  • Fitna, by Jamil Khoury

Winter 1996

  • Woman in Mind, by Alan Ayckbourne
  • Antigone, by Jean Anouilh
  • Six Degrees of Separation, by John Guare
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Step 5: Destroy!
  • Winter Music Benefit
  • Dance Studio ‘96
  • Providence, by Martha Brown
  • Schubert’s Last Serenade, by Julie Bovasso
  • Down With Love, by Stephen Boykewich (premiere)
  • A Dreamer Examines His Pillow, by John Patrick Shanley

Spring 1996

  • Extremities, by William Mastrosimone
  • The Crucible, by Arthur Miller
  • Tartuffe II by Molière, adapted by Kim Lewis (premiere)
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Six Chinese Nationalists in Search of an Author
  • Pounding Their Fists on Reality, by Ani DiFranco, adapted by Leah Sandbank (premiere)
  • The Bald Soprano, by Eugene Ionesco
  • Night, by Harold Pinter
  • Request Concert, by Franz Xavier Kroetz
  • An Actors’ Nightmare, by Christopher Durang
  • The Philadelphia, by David Ives
  • Sure Thing, by David Ives
  • Universal Language, by David Ives

Summer 1996

  • Summer Shakespeare in The Court: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

1994–1995 Shows

Fall 1994

  • Sitcom, by John Bourdeaux and Dan Goldstein (premiere)
  • Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck
  • The Tempest, by William Shakespeare
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: * (The Comedy Troupe Formerly Known As Off-Off Campus)
  • Suicide in B Flat, by Sam Shepard
  • Death, by Woody Allen
  • Death Knocks, by Woody Allen
  • The Good Doctor, by Neil Simon
  • Am I Blue?, by Beth Henley
  • Finger Food, by Nina Shengold
  • Brontosaurus, by Lanford Wilson

Winter 1995

  • A Company of Wayward Saints, by George Herman
  • Top Girls, by Carol Churchill
  • Medea, by Max Roquette (premiere)
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Slinky, The Unwinding
  • Stars Distance, by Vijay MaThew (premiere)
  • No Exit, by Jean-Paul Sartre
  • Dreamlost, by Johnson

Spring 1995

  • Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, by Tom Stoppard
  • Blackfriars: Inferno! by Andre Pluess, Ben Sussman and John Bourdeaux (premiere)
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: You Say Potato, I Say New Jersey
  • Dance Studio ‘95
  • A Cappella Concert
  • California Suite, by Neil Simon
  • Finding The Sun, by Edward Albee
  • English Made Simple, by David Ives

Summer 1995

  • Summer Shakespeare in The Court: Twelfth Night
  • Blackfriars: Guys and Dolls, by Abe Burrows and Frank Loesse

1993–1994 Shows

Fall 1993

  • As You Like It, by William Shakespeare
  • Lorraine Hansberry’s To Be Young, Gifted and Black, adapted by Howard Nemeroff
  • Blackfriars: Once Upon a Mattress, by Marshall Barer and Mary Rodgers
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Euripides, You Pay For ‘Em
  • God, by Woody Allen
  • Plaza Suite: The Visitor from Forest Hill, by Neil Simon
  • Glimpses, a collection of short plays
  • Stonewater Rapture, by Doug Wright

Winter 1994

  • Orpheus Descending, by Tennessee Williams
  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, by Edward Albee
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: Winfield, Alabama: The New Home of Alternative Music
  • Battle of The Bands
  • Roll Over Rossini
  • The Dumbwaiter, by Harold Pinter
  • Bondage, by David Henry Hwang
  • Declarations, by Chris Jentoft (premiere)
  • Talk to Me Like The Rain, and Let Me Listen, by Tennessee Williams
  • Fourteen Hundred Thousand, by Sam Shepard
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy, by Douglas Adams (Radio Theater)

Spring 1994

  • The Heidi Chronicles, by Wendy Wasserstein
  • Rope, by Patrick Hamilton
  • Blackfriars: Assassins by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman
  • Off-Off Campus Presents: All Thumbs, No Fonz
  • Dance Studio ‘94
  • The Rising of The Moon, by Lady Gregory
  • The Dreammaker, by Oliphant Down
  • Tennessee, by Romulus Linney
  • Wormwood, by Ellen Graham (premiere)
  • Los Vendidos, by Luis Valdez

Summer 1994

  • Summer Shakespeare in The Court: The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  • Radio Theater: Hamlet