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Auditions for our Spring production are coming up!

And now for something completely different! If last semester's production was a comedy-satire by a world-renowned 19th century playwright, with a cast of thousands, this semester the International Theatre Program is producing Lars Noren's Terminal 3. An intimate drama about loss, memory, relationships, separation, birth and death, Noren's 21st century drama feels like a psychic mashup between Albee, Beckett and Pinter. Considered Sweden's greatest playwright since August Strindberg, Noren's plays are not frequently performed in the US. Terminal 3 will build on the Theatre Program's first online foray...but move deeper into cinematic territory while still remaining true to its theatrical style. Find out how to audition here!

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The Government Inspector

The Governmen Inspector

In a town as corrupt and self-dealing as the Trump Administration, word has it that an undercover government inspector has arrived to report on the town's activities to the Powers-That-Be. But has he? And who is the person whose recent arrival has got the townspeople up in arms? Is he who he says he is? Will he unmask the corrupt town officials and expose the underbelly of the community? Or can he be won over by gifts and bribes and, if it comes to it, love?

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