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UCM Department of Theatre and Dance Testimonial
UCM Department of Theatre and Dance Testimonial
UCM Department of Theatre and Dance Testimonial
UCM Department of Theatre and Dance Testimonial
UCM Department of Theatre and Dance Testimonial

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Richard Herman BlackBox Theatre Program

“BlackBox is a faculty initiated, student motivated, experimental space which provides students with an opportunity to produce, direct, perform and design works of their own choosing in an atmosphere of free expression.  BlackBox is funded solely through the contributions of its patrons.”

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Performance Endgame set
Working in the Black Box Working in the Black Box
Black Box Theatre Oleana


Spring 2017 BlackBox Season

February 5 - Sunday
The Beat of Life Written and Directed by Mattathias Davis
Shenanigans
Breath Me In by Rachel Lynett, Staged Reading by Felicia Deatherage

February 26 - Sunday
Finding the Sun by Edward Albee, Directed by Gabe Livingston
Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam by Leslie Coats, Staged Reading Directed by Jordan Malone

 

March 12 & 13 - Sunday and Monday

Shenanigans
The Caduceus by Jordan Malone and Jackson Spencer, Staged Reading

 

March 15 & 16 - Wednesday and Thursday

Shenanigans
I Promise I Didn't Do It by Friends Group, Directed by Mattathias Davis

 

April 13 and 14 - Thursday and Friday

(No Title) by Emily Dunkeson, Directed by Adriana Luffman

Talk To Me Written and Directed by Connor Bosworth

Dreams: A Disney Revue, Directed by Gabe Livingston and Dalton Pittinger

 

April 15 - Sunday

10-Minute Play Festival, Organized by Alex Nillson

Canvas

 

April 16 - Sunday

Buried Child by Sam Shepard, Staged Reading Directed by Nina Lopez

 


FREE Admission


FUNDED BY STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

All performances start at 7:30 PM (Matinees at 2:00 PM) in the BlackBox Theatre, located in the lobby of Nickerson Hall.  Please arrive early to ensure seating.  There is no charge for admission.  For more information, please contact the theatre office at 660-543-4020.  Thank you!