Current Season

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September 13 - 15

Live Reading of the Iliad

Ackerman Hall, Michael C. Carlos Museum

Sponsored by Georgia Public Broadcasting and presented with the Michael C. Carlos Museum

Free!

 

September 27 - 28 

Boyfriend 

Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Alumni Memorial University Center

Guest artist feminist rap-cabaret performance artist Boyfriend brings her band, dancers, props, and costumes to Theater Emory for a special weekend of shows.

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November 1 - 17

The Nether by Jennifer Haley

Directed by Ibi Owolabi

Theater Lab, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

The Nether is a virtual wonderland that provides total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every desire. But when a young detective uncovers a disturbing brand of entertainment, she triggers an interrogation into the darkest corners of the imagination. 

Warning: mature content. 

Tickets available through the Arts at Emory Box Office!

 

January 28 - February 16

Brave New Works 2020

Theater Lab, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

The Playwriting Center of Theater Emory’s biennial festival of new work featuring an all-alumni 4:48 and other projects.

Free!

 

February 26 - March 1

Wooden Nickels by Joseph Skibell

Directed by Tim McDonough

Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Alumni Memorial University Center

Two brothers tell the story of their father and his eccentric con-man cousin, Jack Tiger.

Tickets available through the Arts at Emory Box Office!

 

March 25 - March 29

Beckett Shorts 

Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Alumni Memorial University Center

An evening of short pieces by Samuel Beckett:

Rockaby (featuring Brenda Bynum) and Krapp’s Last Tape directed by Carolyn Cook 

All that Fall (featuring an all student cast) directed by Peter Buzzerio

Tickets available through the Arts at Emory Box Office!

 

April 2 - 11

Site Specific Spring Show 

Directed by Caitlin Hargraves

A devised work created in collaboration with Emory students and inspired by source material Mine-Haha, or On the Bodily Education of Young Girls, a book by Frank Wedekind.

Free!

 

April 17 - 18

Edinburgh Fringe Project

Directed by Brent Glenn

April 17: Mary Gray Munroe Theater, Alumni Memorial University Center

April 18: Tarbutton Performing Arts Center, Oxford College of Emory University

An original Emory creation to be premiered at Emory and then performed by Emory students at the 2020 International Collegiate Theatre Festival as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.

Free!