Join us for a 21st century British Invasion as we present plays by prominent British playwrights Peter Shaffer and Harold Pinter and our spring musical, "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," which is based on Charles Dickens' last and unfinished novel. Our students will immerse themselves in dialect lessons all year and drive us mad as they report what they watch on the "telly" and complain about how slow the "lift" is.
In Shaffer's "Black Comedy" as well as "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" engagements go awry as people and things disappear. More comedy inspired by great works is found in our Family Weekend presentation, "All the Great Books (Abridged)" while our junior directing students present challenging and topical themes in plays by Ethan Coen, Patrick Shanley, William Saroyan, and Harold Pinter.
Our dance concerts will be packed with new inspired choreographic works from a variety of artists including our own talented faculty and students as well as special guest artists.
Our 2013-2014 artistic season and guest artist master classes and workshops would not be possible without the generous support of the Richard A. Klein Theatre and Dance Production Endowment, the Bucknell Association for the Arts, our alumni, and the offices of the Dean of Arts and Sciences and the Provost. To donate to the Arts at Bucknell please go to www.bucknell.edu/giving.
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