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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt
Apr
15
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt

"What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play..." VUTheatre presents an original performance inspired by early twentieth century European cabaret culture, a playfully irreverent and experimental variety show that invites audiences into a world where gender is fluid and open for interpretation. Actors, singers, dancers, and, of course, a mysterious master of ceremonies will use the stage as a playground for constructing identity, exploring and shattering stereotypes, charming and alarming old and young alike. "It's only a cabaret, old chum, and I love a cabaret." Directed by Christin Essin, Assistant Professor of Theatre.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt
Apr
14
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt

"What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play..." VUTheatre presents an original performance inspired by early twentieth century European cabaret culture, a playfully irreverent and experimental variety show that invites audiences into a world where gender is fluid and open for interpretation. Actors, singers, dancers, and, of course, a mysterious master of ceremonies will use the stage as a playground for constructing identity, exploring and shattering stereotypes, charming and alarming old and young alike. "It's only a cabaret, old chum, and I love a cabaret." Directed by Christin Essin, Assistant Professor of Theatre.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Cabaret Vanderbilt

"What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play..." VUTheatre presents an original performance inspired by early twentieth century European cabaret culture, a playfully irreverent and experimental variety show that invites audiences into a world where gender is fluid and open for interpretation. Actors, singers, dancers, and, of course, a mysterious master of ceremonies will use the stage as a playground for constructing identity, exploring and shattering stereotypes, charming and alarming old and young alike. "It's only a cabaret, old chum, and I love a cabaret." Directed by Christin Essin, Assistant Professor of Theatre.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase
Apr
8
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase

Come see these three one acts, directed by senior theatre majors and featuring current Vanderbilt students! Benjamin Kitchens will be directing The Quintessence of Dust by Cory Hinkle and The Ballad of 423 and 424 by Nicholas C. Pappas. Hannah Lazarz will be directing The Wedding Guest by Steve Moulds.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase
Apr
7
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase

Come see these three one acts, directed by senior theatre majors and featuring current Vanderbilt students! Benjamin Kitchens will be directing The Quintessence of Dust by Cory Hinkle and The Ballad of 423 and 424 by Nicholas C. Pappas. Hannah Lazarz will be directing The Wedding Guest by Steve Moulds.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase
Apr
6
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Spring Directing Showcase

Come see these three one acts, directed by senior theatre majors and featuring current Vanderbilt students! Benjamin Kitchens will be directing The Quintessence of Dust by Cory Hinkle and The Ballad of 423 and 424 by Nicholas C. Pappas. Hannah Lazarz will be directing The Wedding Guest by Steve Moulds.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
24
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
23
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
22
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
19
2:00 PM14:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
18
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit
Feb
17
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

Vanderbilt University Theatre: Gnit

Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-heroThis twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s 1876 play Peer Gynt sets up expectations, then hilariously dashes them, challenging what we think we know about this classic character.

Peter’s problem-causing skills may well be his most pronounced ability. Today he’ll disappoint his ailing mother by arriving late at her bedside. He’ll disrupt the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, absconding with the bride as an angry mob chases him out into the mountains. So begins a lifetime of bad decisions, for Peter believes he’s on a mission to discover his “authentic self.” Written by Will Eno and directed by Jessika Malone, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. $7 for Vanderbilt graduate students and seniors. Otherwise, $10. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
12
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
11
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
10
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
6
2:00 PM14:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
5
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: A Shayna Maidel
Nov
4
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: A Shayna Maidel

Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Oct
8
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Oct
7
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Oct
6
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Oct
2
2:00 PM14:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Oct
1
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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VUT: Othello
Sep
30
8:00 PM20:00
VUT

VUT: Othello

Rebellion propels this classic tale of deception and murderous jealousy. Othello bears witness to the tragic consequences of rash devotedness to a seemingly honest master of mayhem. Come see this masterpiece written by William Shakespeare and directed by Terryl Hallquist, Associate Professor of Theatre at Vanderbilt University.

Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.

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