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Set against the rustic romance of a 19th century New England seacoast village, CAROUSEL spins a tale of unconditional faith, indomitable courage, and redemptive love.
by Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein III
November 12, 14: 7:00pm; November 14: 2:00pm.
Location: Loyd Auditorium
Set against the rustic romance of a 19th century New England seacoast village, CAROUSEL spins a tale of unconditional faith, indomitable courage, and redemptive love. Featuring songs like “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” “If I Loved You,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, it’s no surprise that CAROUSEL was the creative team’s favorite creation. Directed by R. Cliff Thompson and Gary McKnight.
Special "Dinner and a Show" performance cosponsored by Alumni and FHU Theatre. Tickets $12 for a dinner served in the Brown-Kopel lobby and special seating at the evening performance.
NOTE: The performance on the Dickson Campus has been cancelled.
by William Shakespeare. Presented by the American Shakespeare Center
In this profoundly moving, breathtaking, and deeply human play, Shakespeare shows us a world on fire; a world turned upside down; a world where some of history’s most famous men commit horrific crimes in the name of patriotism and honor. Julius Caesar is a dazzling thrill ride of betrayal, violence, and perhaps most surprisingly — love.
Join us February 23-28 for The Amish Project and The Memory Trilogy.
The Amish Project & The memory Trilogy
February 23 - 28
Location: Black Box Theatre
THE AMISH PROJECT by Jessica Dickey
THE AMISH PROJECT is a fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community, and the path of forgiveness and compassion forged in its wake. This solo performance piece features senior theatre major, Abby Lambert (“Romeo and Juliet,” “Secret Garden”) who portrays the lives of seven men and women caught up in this horrible event. Rachel Geiser will direct.
THE MEMORY TRILOGY by Joseph Frost
A cluttered attic. A mysterious box. A photograph. All evoke memories, both joyous and painful. Frost has created an evening of short plays that dig into the power of memory to hurt and to heal. R. Cliff Thompson directs.
Grimms stories mixed up and served for the millennial generation.
by Don Zolidis
April 14 - 16: 7:00pm; April 16: 2:00pm.
Location: Loyd Backstage
“Once Upon a Time” was never told like this! A handful of intrepid actors enlist the help of the audience in retelling all 209 of the Grimm Brothers’ famous tales. Between the miraculous transformations, the devilish bargains, and the not-so-subtle jabs at all things Disney, expect an irreverent treatment of your favorite European folktale. Directed by Tansy Matheny.
October 10 and January 30
12 students are locked in the Black Box Theatre for 24 hours. In that time they must write, design, rehearse, and perform a new play!
See what no sleep and a lot of caffeine can create.
All proceeds help send theatre students to the Southeastern Theatre Conference.
Freed-Hardeman University’s Annual Benefit Dinner Dec. 2, 2016, is on track to raise $1.6 million for scholarships again this year, according to Dave Clouse,...
?It's time for the Chester County Christmas Parade! Students and locals line the streets outside FHU every year to enjoy the festivities. ?
MBASKETBALL: Lions fall 79-73 on the road at Talladega