Get your tickets now for the musical comedy which will close our 21-22 season, First Date! The show is April 6th to the 10th. Tickets available weekdays from 1:30 to 5:30 at the box office in CSTAC, or online at longwoodtickets.com
Less than 40 seats left for the entire run! Get your ticket before it’s sold out! https://longwoodtickets.universitytickets.com/w/default.aspx
The upcoming production of “An Evening of Very Short Plays” will be held in the Lab Thetare in CSTAC, February 25th and 26th at 7pm, and the 27th at 2pm.
Tickets are no charge, but as seating is limited, you MUST have a ticket.
Don’t wait! Get yours now at https://longwoodtickets.universitytickets.com/w/default.aspx
Only three chances to come enjoy musical theatre! November 12th through 14th. Seats will sell fast for this limited seating show so get yours now at https://longwoodtickets.universitytickets.com/w/default.aspx
Listen to Isabelle O’Keefe, Longwood Theatre student performing in “Boston Marriage”, talk a little about the show on the Call Flo Morning show on WFLO this morning. (9/29)
We held our majors and minors meeting the other day, welcoming the students back and the new students here. Some of the faculty had a little too much fun!
Our Theater 100 students made a quick video this morning to thank our donors. Enjoy!
The season will begin before you know it and it’s almost time to get your tickets!
Longwood Theatre 2021-2022 season kicks off with David Mamet’s Boston Marriage! “Boston Marriage” is a 1999 play by American playwright David Mamet. The play concerns two women at the turn of the 20th century who are in a Boston marriage, a relationship between two women that may involve both physical and emotional intimacy. After widespread belief that Mamet could only write for men, the playwright released this play, which centers exclusively on women.
We hope you can join us for LIVE THEATRE!!!!!!!!
PLEASE NOTE: ALL PATRONS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A MASK COVERING THEIR MOUTH AND NOSE WHILE INSIDE A LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY BUILDING. THIS INCLUDES DURING THE PERFOMANCE. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.
*Longwood University reserves the right to limit seating for this event should the state mandated Covid restrictions change.
The instructions are to research an event that changed us as Americans. This group chose the Pandemic. There were several steps they had to follow: research the event, create fictional characters, create nonfiction dialogue for the characters they created based on their research, and finally create a readers theatre. This presentation was presented to the Longwood campus on Research Day. I thought it was worth sharing. Many of the students in this are not theatre majors but have a desire as future elementary teachers to bring theatre into their future students.
Unified in Misery
2.62 million, 529 thousand, 9,849, these numbers have changed our lives forever. Through a global, a national, or a local lens, the number of deaths caused by the Corona Virus created financial instability, fear, and heartache. Yet, did it unify our nation under an umbrella of misery? The purpose of this research project was to examine the effects of the global pandemic on Americans, their livelihood, their family relationships, and our nation’s society.