GRADUATE REPERTORY 2022
MAY 05-07 | THURSDAY-SATURDAY
HARRY J. ELAM, JR. THEATER | FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC**
ABOUT GRADUATE REPERTORY
Graduate Repertory 2022 will feature four presentations in Rep, with two per evening, by TAPS second-year graduate students Marina J. Bergenstock, Westley Montgomery, Zoe Ryu, and Adin Walker.
THURSDAY, MAY 05 at 8PM
Performance of Shakespeare’s Sisters and
FRIDAY, MAY 06 at 8PM
Lecture-presentations on Les Illuminations and Blue Jeans
SATURDAY, MAY 07 at 8PM
Performances of Shakespeare’s Sisters and Madame Ong
*Please note that this schedule has changed significantly over the past week. This reflects the latest information available.
**Madame Ong‘s Thursday May 5th performance is restricted to friends and family of the creative team and cast.
ABOUT THE PRESENTATIONS
Graduate Repertory 2022 was made possible in part by The Pigott Fund for Drama, The May Ellen Ritter Production Fund, and the Drs. Ben and A. Jess Shenson Fund.
Evenings with two presentations will be divided by a ten-minute intermission.
The lecture-presentation on Blue Jeans contains discussion of HIV/AIDS
For disability-related accommodations, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests should be made by April 27th.
Masks will be required inside the theater at all times. Patrons should not attend events if they are experiencing symptoms of upper respiratory illness. If patrons should test positive for COVID-19 within ten days of being on campus, they should report using the General COVID-19 Case Reporting Form.
The Friday and Saturday, May 6th and 7th performances will be recorded for possible future public viewing. Cameras in the theater may incidentally capture audience images and audio in the background. Those in attendance should be aware of this possibility and not attend if there are concerns. Email email@example.com before attending with any questions.
DIRECTIONS + PARKING
View our “Plan Your Visit” page.