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Box Office Events: Moravian College Theatre Company

17 event dates found
    Sep 20
    Holy Laughter
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    By Catherine Trieschmann
    Directed by Isaac Weston

    Part of the Friday Night Play Reading Series

    Welcome to St. Michael’s: An episcopal church losing money and members by the day. Join newly appointed priest Abigail as she deals with her unruly congregation, drinks wine, doubts God, and watches random objects fall from the sky. This religious dramedy deals with issues of practicality and idealism, rubber fish and pyramid schemes, and the hardest thing of all: loving one another.

    Arena Theatre

    FREE EVENT

    Sep 27
    Teatr Brama Presentation
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Prosser Auditorium
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Visiting artists from the Polish theatre company Teatr Brama will share work related to Moravian’s InFocus theme of Poverty and Inequality. Members of the company will be artists in residence for three weeks in the Fall. This presentation is an opportunity for the community to experience Brama’s work and begin a year-long investigation of this important theme.

    VENUE: Prosser Auditorium

    FREE EVENT

    Sep 28
    Workshop with Teatr Brama
    Category
    Workshops / Classes
    Time
    1:00pm – 5:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Learn performance-making and devising techniques from artists in residence from Polish theatre company Teatr Brama.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    FREE EVENT (Interested participants must request spot by emailing shorrc@moravian.edu)

    Oct 10
    Beyond Utopia
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    6:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    A new creation

    Directed by Teatr Brama

    Visiting Polish company Teatr Brama leads Moravian College undergraduate students as well as graduate students from the new Moravian/Touchstone MFA program in Performance Creation in an original work developed for “Festival Unbound.” The performance will explore the theme of inequality in pursuit of a new vision for Bethlehem’s future.

    VENUE: Bethlehem Area Public Library, 11 W Church St., Bethlehem

    PRICE: Pay What You Will: suggested Donation $10 adults / $5 students and seniors

    Oct 11
    Beyond Utopia
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    6:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    A new creation

    Directed by Teatr Brama

    Visiting Polish company Teatr Brama leads Moravian College undergraduate students as well as graduate students from the new Moravian/Touchstone MFA program in Performance Creation in an original work developed for “Festival Unbound.” The performance will explore the theme of inequality in pursuit of a new vision for Bethlehem’s future.

    VENUE: Bethlehem Area Public Library, 11 W Church St., Bethlehem

    PRICE: Pay What You Will: suggested Donation $10 adults / $5 students and seniors

    Nov 14
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 15
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 16
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Nov 17
    Dog Sees God
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    2:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Confession of a Teenage Blockhead

    by Bert V. Royal

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    When CB’s dog dies from rabies, he begins to question the existence of an afterlife but his friends and family are no help. Between a stoner who misses his blanket, to a sister who has an identity crisis every week, to an ex-girlfriend who is institutionalized, CB struggles to find comfort or relief, much less a real friend in the midst of high school chaos. But will a shy artistic pianist be his answer to figuring out his identity, and the meaning of life? Drug use, suicide, eating disorders, teen violence, rebellion, and sexual identity are the heavy topics to be confessed and satirized in this play based loosely on Charles Schultz’s Peanuts characters.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICE: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Feb 13
    An Enemy of The People
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Henry Ibsen’s
    An Enemy of The People

    A new version by Brad Birch

    Directed by Christopher Shorr

    A taut and rigorous adaptation of Ibsen’s classic, the play examines the fault-lines of municipal power as media, politics and the public good come head to head in a thrilling drama of the conflict between the personal and the public.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Feb 14
    An Enemy of The People
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Henry Ibsen’s
    An Enemy of The People

    A new version by Brad Birch

    Directed by Christopher Shorr

    A taut and rigorous adaptation of Ibsen’s classic, the play examines the fault-lines of municipal power as media, politics and the public good come head to head in a thrilling drama of the conflict between the personal and the public.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Feb 15
    An Enemy of The People
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Henry Ibsen’s
    An Enemy of The People

    A new version by Brad Birch

    Directed by Christopher Shorr

    A taut and rigorous adaptation of Ibsen’s classic, the play examines the fault-lines of municipal power as media, politics and the public good come head to head in a thrilling drama of the conflict between the personal and the public.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Feb 16
    An Enemy of The People
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    2:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    Henry Ibsen’s
    An Enemy of The People

    A new version by Brad Birch

    Directed by Christopher Shorr

    A taut and rigorous adaptation of Ibsen’s classic, the play examines the fault-lines of municipal power as media, politics and the public good come head to head in a thrilling drama of the conflict between the personal and the public.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Mar 26
    Machinal
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    By Sophie Treadwell

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    Feeling trapped by the mechanical motions of her daily life, a young woman takes it upon herself to break the cycle, through any means possible. A forced marriage, a controlling mother, an affair with a mysterious man, and an unwanted child combine to push her to her breaking point and a tragic result. This play presents a highly stylized and thrilling portrait of 1920s life, and a brutal examination of the ways in which society can provoke a woman’s self-destruction.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Mar 27
    Machinal
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    By Sophie Treadwell

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    Feeling trapped by the mechanical motions of her daily life, a young woman takes it upon herself to break the cycle, through any means possible. A forced marriage, a controlling mother, an affair with a mysterious man, and an unwanted child combine to push her to her breaking point and a tragic result. This play presents a highly stylized and thrilling portrait of 1920s life, and a brutal examination of the ways in which society can provoke a woman’s self-destruction.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Mar 28
    Machinal
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    8:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    By Sophie Treadwell

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    Feeling trapped by the mechanical motions of her daily life, a young woman takes it upon herself to break the cycle, through any means possible. A forced marriage, a controlling mother, an affair with a mysterious man, and an unwanted child combine to push her to her breaking point and a tragic result. This play presents a highly stylized and thrilling portrait of 1920s life, and a brutal examination of the ways in which society can provoke a woman’s self-destruction.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door

    Mar 29
    Machinal
    Category
    Theatre
    Time
    2:00pm
    Location
    Arena Theatre
    Presented by Moravian College Theater Company
    Phone
    610-861-1320

    By Sophie Treadwell

    Directed by Corinne Philbin

    Feeling trapped by the mechanical motions of her daily life, a young woman takes it upon herself to break the cycle, through any means possible. A forced marriage, a controlling mother, an affair with a mysterious man, and an unwanted child combine to push her to her breaking point and a tragic result. This play presents a highly stylized and thrilling portrait of 1920s life, and a brutal examination of the ways in which society can provoke a woman’s self-destruction.

    VENUE: Arena Theatre

    PRICES: $15 general admission
    $10 senior citizens
    $5 Moravian College faculty & staff
    Students pay-what-you-will at the door