CWUTheatre CalendarTheatre Calendarhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/calendaren-usIn the Land of Rain and Salmon - Community Partnership Eventhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/land-rain-and-salmon-community-partnership-eventSaturday, August 16Sat, 16 Aug 2014 19:00:00Academic,Entertainment,Faculty & Staff,Fine & Performing Arts,Other<p><strong>The Elmira Event Center</strong><br>Doors open at 6:30 and the production begins at 7:00 p.m.</p><p>Tickets are limited to 100 seats and are $12 per person and 2 for $25. Tickets are available at <a href="http://www.showclix.com/event/IntheLandandSalmon">http://www.showclix.com/event/IntheLandandSalmon</a></p><p style="text-align: center;"><strong><img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/land_of_rain%20REMOVE%20After%209-1-14.jpg" style="width: 300px; height: 225px;"></strong></p><p><strong>In the Land of Rain and Salmon</strong><br>Washington State Jewish Historical Society and Book-It Repertory Theatre have collaborated to create In the Land of Rain &amp; Salmon, Jewish Voices of the Northwest: 1880-1920, a theatrical adaptation of “Family of Strangers, Building A Jewish Community In Washington State” and other stories.</p><p>The production brings to life some of the formative Washington state Jewish narratives in the book by Molly Cone, Howard Droker and Jacqueline Williams, as well as stories and oral histories preserved in the Washington State Jewish Archives, housed at the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.</p><p>The script follows the challenges and triumphs of Jewish families that arrived in the Seattle area between 1880 and 1920 and who played a significant role in the cultural, civic and commercial development of Washington state.</p><p>They will only be doing the production for another month and we’re excited to bring it to Ellensburg. It was a 2012 Governor’s Arts Award winner.</p><p style="text-align: center;"><em><strong>In the Land of Rain and Salmon</strong></em> is being brought to you by the <strong>Rotary Club of Ellensburg</strong> and hosted at The Elmira.</p><p style="text-align: center;">We are thrilled to have sponsorships from the <strong>Friends of the Library, Arts Commission,</strong> and <strong>CWU (College of Arts and Humanities, Department of Theatre Arts, and Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies).</strong></p>Monday, July 281406594804One Day in Cascadiahttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/one-day-cascadiaThursday, November 6Thu, 06 Nov 2014 19:30:00Academic,Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Seminars & Workshops,New Students<p>Researched, devised, and directed by Dr. Jay Ball and the students of Central Theatre Ensemble<br><em>A partnership with Cascadia Hazard Institute</em></p><p>No admission charge</p><p>FYE discussion follows the performance<img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/images/fyelogo.jpg" style="width: 100px; height: 101px; float: right;"></p><p><br>SURC Theatre</p><p><img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/images/chi_logo.jpg" style="width: 200px; height: 127px;"></p><p><img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/images/GA%20copy.png" style="width: 50px; height: 50px; float: left;">Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Thursday, July 171405613010The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfiThursday, November 13Thu, 13 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,New Students<p>By John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM<br>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong><br><em>FYE discussion follows the November 20th performance</em><br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405646872The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-0Friday, November 14Fri, 14 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>By John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM<br>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong><br>FYE discussion follows the November 20th performance<br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405646982The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-1Saturday, November 15Sat, 15 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>By John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM<br>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong><br>FYE discussion follows the November 20th performance<br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405647504The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-2Thursday, November 20Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>By John Webster<img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/images/fyelogo.jpg" style="width: 100px; height: 101px; float: right;"><br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM</strong><br><strong>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong></p><p><br>FYE discussion follows the November 20th performance<br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405647655The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-3Friday, November 21Fri, 21 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>by John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7</strong>:30PM<br><strong>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong><br><br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405647739The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-4Saturday, November 22Sat, 22 Nov 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>By John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM<br>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM<br><br>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405647802The Duchess of Malfihttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/duchess-malfi-5Sunday, November 23Sun, 23 Nov 2014 14:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>By John Webster<br><strong>Nov 13-15 and 20-22 @ 7:30PM<br>NOV 23 @ 2:00PM</strong><br><br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>This 17th century classic tragedy by John Webster, has been called the “greatest play of the Jacobean period,” and will come to life in the CTE fall 2014 production line up.&nbsp; A duchess who functions as sole ruler of Malfi falls in love and remarries as she battles the forces of evil when her two violent brothers seek to overthrow her. Filled with psychological intrigue and Webster’s magnificent poetry, this story demonstrates both the sunniest and darkest aspects of the human spirit in a vivid and compelling drama.</p><p>Some material unsuitable for children under 17<br>Includes language and situations some patrons may consider offensive.</p>Thursday, July 171405647859The Red Curtain Broadway Revuehttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/red-curtain-broadway-revue-4Thursday, December 4Thu, 04 Dec 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>Dec 4- 6 2014 @ 7:30PM<br>Dec 7 2014 @ 2:00PM</p><p>McConnell Auditorium</p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>Central Theater Ensemble brings a taste of Broadway to Ellensburg with an evening of favorites from a variety of Broadway classics both old and new. Choreographed, directed, and performed by Central Washington University students, the production combines the enthusiasm and exuberance of youth with professional stage skills, along with serious talent.</p><p>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Thursday, July 171405648223The Red Curtain Broadway Revuehttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/red-curtain-broadway-revue-5Friday, December 5Fri, 05 Dec 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p><strong>Dec 4- 6 2014 @ 7:30PM<br>Dec 7 2014 @ 2:00PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>Central Theater Ensemble brings a taste of Broadway to Ellensburg with an evening of favorites from a variety of Broadway classics both old and new. Choreographed, directed, and performed by Central Washington University students, the production combines the enthusiasm and exuberance of youth with professional stage skills, along with serious talent.</p><p>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Thursday, July 171405648283The Red Curtain Broadway Revuehttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/red-curtain-broadway-revue-6Saturday, December 6Sat, 06 Dec 2014 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p><strong>Dec 4- 6 2014 @ 7:30PM<br>Dec 7 2014 @ 2:00PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>Central Theater Ensemble brings a taste of Broadway to Ellensburg with an evening of favorites from a variety of Broadway classics both old and new. Choreographed, directed, and performed by Central Washington University students, the production combines the enthusiasm and exuberance of youth with professional stage skills, along with serious talent.</p><p>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Thursday, July 171405648325The Red Curtain Broadway Revuehttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/red-curtain-broadway-revue-7Sunday, December 7Sun, 07 Dec 2014 14:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p><strong>Dec 4- 6 2014 @ 7:30PM<br>Dec 7 2014 @ 2:00PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>Central Theater Ensemble brings a taste of Broadway to Ellensburg with an evening of favorites from a variety of Broadway classics both old and new. Choreographed, directed, and performed by Central Washington University students, the production combines the enthusiasm and exuberance of youth with professional stage skills, along with serious talent.</p><p>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Thursday, July 171405648382Radio Dramashttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/radio-dramasThursday, February 12Thu, 12 Feb 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<h2>Candy Matson, P.I. – The Cable Car Murder<br>Richard Diamond, Private Detective – The Gibson Murder Case</h2><p><strong>Feb 12 and 13 @ 7:30PM<br>Feb 14 @ 2PM and 7:30PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p><em>Candy is dandy, and Diamond is a girl's best friend.</em></p><p>Candy Matson and Richard Diamond are wise cracking private detectives who headline a tasty live radio double bill of sparkling theatrical treats. From the clanging cable cars and precipitous hills of San Francisco to the rumbling subway and mean streets of New York, join Candy and Richard as they use humor, wit and guile to solve a couple of quirky murders and bring the killers to justice.</p><p><br>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405786819Radio Dramashttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/radio-dramas-0Friday, February 13Fri, 13 Feb 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<h2>Candy Matson, P.I. – The Cable Car Murder<br>Richard Diamond, Private Detective – The Gibson Murder Case</h2><p><strong>Feb 12 and 13 @ 7:30PM<br>Feb 14 @ 2PM and 7:30PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p><em>Candy is dandy, and Diamond is a girl's best friend.</em></p><p>Candy Matson and Richard Diamond are wise cracking private detectives who headline a tasty live radio double bill of sparkling theatrical treats. From the clanging cable cars and precipitous hills of San Francisco to the rumbling subway and mean streets of New York, join Candy and Richard as they use humor, wit and guile to solve a couple of quirky murders and bring the killers to justice.</p><p><br>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405786931Radio Dramashttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/radio-dramas-1Saturday, February 14Sat, 14 Feb 2015 14:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<h3>Candy Matson, P.I. – The Cable Car Murder<br>Richard Diamond, Private Detective – The Gibson Murder Case</h3><p><strong>Feb 12 and 13 @ 7:30PM<br>Feb 14 @ 2PM and 7:30PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p><em>Candy is dandy, and Diamond is a girl's best friend.</em></p><p>Candy Matson and Richard Diamond are wise cracking private detectives who headline a tasty live radio double bill of sparkling theatrical treats. From the clanging cable cars and precipitous hills of San Francisco to the rumbling subway and mean streets of New York, join Candy and Richard as they use humor, wit and guile to solve a couple of quirky murders and bring the killers to justice.</p><p><br>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405787019Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region VIIhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/kennedy-center-american-college-theatre-festival-region-viiMonday, February 16Mon, 16 Feb 2015 8:00:00Academic,Conferences & Camps,Entertainment,Exhibits,Fine & Performing Arts,Seminars & Workshops,Other<h2 style="text-align: center;">Join the Theatre Arts Department in welcoming .....</h2><p style="text-align: center;"><img alt="" src="/theatre/sites/cts.cwu.edu.theatre/files/images/2012%20ACTF_logo_BLUE.jpg" height="236" width="211"></p><h2 style="text-align: center;">Students from nine states will attend</h2><h2 style="text-align: center;">workshops, seminars, and performances</h2><h2 style="text-align: center;">held on the Ellensburg campus all week.&nbsp;</h2><p>&nbsp;</p><h2 style="text-align: center;">Please help us welcome the Region!</h2>Thursday, July 171405648803Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapinThursday, April 16Thu, 16 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</strong></p><p><br><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787316Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-0Friday, April 17Fri, 17 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</strong></p><br><p><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787423Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-1Saturday, April 18Sat, 18 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</strong></p><p><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787485Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-2Thursday, April 23Thu, 23 Apr 2015 19:30:00Exhibits,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</strong></p><p><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787608Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-3Friday, April 24Fri, 24 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM<br><br>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787686Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-4Saturday, April 25Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</p><p>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787754Scapinhttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/scapin-5Sunday, April 26Sun, 26 Apr 2015 14:00:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts<p>A comedy by Moliere<br><strong>April 16-18 and 23-25 2015 @ 7:30PM<br>April 26 2015 @ 2PM</strong></p><p><strong>Milo Smith Tower Theatre</strong></p><p>General Admission&nbsp; Adults $12, Students/Seniors $10, CWU Student w/ID $7</p><p>In this wild action-filled comedy, the wily Scapin, servant to the household of Geronte, promises to help in affairs of his neighbor’s son, Octave, then to aid in those of his own charge, Leander (Geronte’s son). Both young men are madly in love with down-and-out&nbsp; beauties (Hyacinth and Zerbinette), both need money to help solve their individual predicaments. Scapin understands a good trick will always win over&nbsp; and he recruits Sylvestre, Octave’s servant, into his schemes. Overflowing with improvisation and madcap characters, this play is a riotous frolic of theatrical hijinks.</p><p><br>Parents may consider some material unsuitable for their youngest children.<br>May include situations, language, or actions that may startle some patrons.</p>Saturday, July 191405787835Orchesis Dance Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/orchesis-dance-concert-4Friday, June 5Fri, 05 Jun 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Sports & Recreation<p><strong>June 5, 6, and June 7 @7:30PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>Reserved Seating<br>Adult $10 - Senior/Student $8 - CWU Student w/ID $5</p><p>This perennial favorite returns as the Orchesis Dance Company teams-up with the BFA lighting students in presenting their Spring Dance Performance. Student and faculty choreography and lighting are featured in this collaborative effort between the two departments.</p><p>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405800716Orchesis Dance Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/orchesis-dance-concert-2Saturday, June 6Sat, 06 Jun 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Sports & Recreation<p><strong>June 5, 6, and June 7 @7:30P</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>Reserved Seating<br>Adult $10 - Senior/Student $8 - CWU Student w/ID $5</p><p>This perennial favorite returns as the Orchesis Dance Company teams-up with the BFA lighting students in presenting their Spring Dance Performance. Student and faculty choreography and lighting are featured in this collaborative effort between the two departments.</p><p>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405800807Orchesis Dance Concerthttp://www.cwu.edu/theatre/orchesis-dance-concert-3Sunday, June 7Sun, 07 Jun 2015 19:30:00Entertainment,Fine & Performing Arts,Sports & Recreation<p><strong>June 5, 6, and June 7 @7</strong>:<strong>30PM</strong></p><p><strong>McConnell Auditorium</strong></p><p>Reserved Seating<br>Adult $10 - Senior/Student $8 - CWU Student w/ID $5</p><p>This perennial favorite returns as the Orchesis Dance Company teams-up with the BFA lighting students in presenting their Spring Dance Performance. Student and faculty choreography and lighting are featured in this collaborative effort between the two departments.</p><p>Families of all ages can enjoy this production together.<br>Children should be able to sit next to their parent quietly for at least 1 hour.</p>Saturday, July 191405800891