Peek behind the curtain with Auburn University Theatre’s 2019-2020 Season: Bodies of Work
Auburn University Theatre’s 2019-2020 season will celebrate the hard work of students in the department with “Bodies of Work.” Productions in the 106th season will highlight the roles taken on and off the stage by those students who present audiences with awe-inspiring stories at the Telfair Peet Theatre.
“Our theme for this season places our focus squarely on the work of our students,” said Chase Bringardner, Department of Theatre chair. “While Auburn University Theatre remains committed to and focuses on our students’ work each and every day, we see this season as an opportunity to pull back the curtain and emphasize their incredible effort.”
Introducing Bodies of Work, Auburn University Theatre’s 2019-20 Season:
Sept. 19-27: Eurydice – by Sarah Ruhl
Oct. 17-26: The Theory of Relativity – Music and Lyrics by Neil Bartram, Book by Brian Hill
Nov. 7-15: The Belle’s Stratagem – by Hannah Cowely and adapted by Tony Cownie and Chase Bringardner
Feb. 13-23: Bring it On The Musical— Book by Jeff Whitty, Music by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tom Kitt, Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Amanda Green, inspired by the motion picture, Bring It On, released by Universal Pictures and written by Jessica Bendinger
March 19-22: Bodies in Motion: Ballet to Braveheart to Broadway – Conceived and Directed by Jeri Dickey
April 9-18: Marion Bridge – by Daniel MacIvor
March 28-29: A special staged reading of Anon(ymous)—by Naomi Iizuka
Through a collaboration with Lauren Woods, an assistant professor with the Department of Art and Art History at Auburn, the creative team at the theatre explored ideas around both corporeal and metaphorical bodies and how these are woven into the themes and stories of each performance during the season. Together they crafted Bodies of Work, to showcase the bodies at work in the theatre.
Tickets for Eurydice are available. All Auburn University students receive free admission and Auburn University employees receive a discounted rate to all productions. Reserve your seats now and take advantage of these benefits! A full season subscription is also available for purchase and provides buyers with one ticket to every show in the season. Those who purchase before Sept. 27 will receive one complimentary ticket for any show.
For more information, go to Department of Theatre's Ticketing Page.
Box Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Saturday, evening performances: 6-8 p.m.
Sunday matinees: 1-3 p.m.
Box Office: 334-844-4154
Evening performances: 7:30 p.m.
Sunday matinees: 2:30 p.m.
Senior Citizen: $12
Faculty and Staff: $12
AU Student with ID: Free
Non-Auburn University Student: $12
To engage in discussion around the performance or learn more about the production, make plans to attend “Talkback Thursdays” after the show for a conversation with the director and company members. Dates for “Talkback Thursdays” will be released prior to each production.
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