2019-20 University Theatre Season
The University Theatre is going forward with an innovative alternative to its regular theatre programming. In place of our regularly scheduled live theatre events, theatre faculty and students will cast and produce two exciting performance projects during the fall 2020 semester for our audience to enjoy in safety. Each project is planned to be a fully realized production, whether it’s created remotely from quarantine, rehearsed safely in person on campus, or any combination thereof. Watch this page for details and updates of what we will produce for Spring 2021!
A collage of insanity in isolation. Collaborative Creation by the University Theatre Company. Pairs of students are each given a different diary entry from Gogol's work to interpret, design, stage, and perform with the mentorship of faculty and staff. Video of each segment is curated into a final, single photodrama and aired online for the public. Directed by Lucy Cashion.
A thrilling fairy tale of love, betrayal, jealousy and the redemptive power of forgiveness. Students will learn cutting-edge voiceover acting and audio drama recording techniques to create a professional radio drama recording of Shakespeare’s classic romance that will be recorded with complete live sound effects and broadcast/livestreamed to the public, with panel discussion and lectures and a gala opening-be they virtual or in person with social distance. Directed by Nancy Bell.
Auditions for our fall 2020 semester shows will take place on Sunday, August 16 and Monday, August 17. For more information regarding audition times and requirements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org after August 11.
University Theatre Tickets
Due to the ongoing adjustment to our 2020-21 theatre season, we will not be offering season tickets this year. Tickets for our virtual or on-site performances will be available for individual shows through MetroTix at 314-534-1111 or at metrotix.com (search SLU).
University Theatre Parking
The University Theatre is located in Xavier Hall on the Saint Louis University campus at 3733 West Pine Mall, one block east of Vandeventer Boulevard and one block south of Lindell Boulevard. Parking for performances at this venue is available in the Queen's Daughters Hall lot located at 3730 Lindell Blvd.
Parking for the Kranzberg Arts Foundation venues as follows:
- The Grandel, 3610 Grandel Square - Public garage or street parking
- Kranzberg Arts Center, 501 N. Grand - Public garage or street parking