Furman University Theatre 2016-17 Season

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Furman University Theatre 2016-17 Season

Pomp and Circumstance Theatre Arts Furman University


September 28-October 1 & 6-8 at 8pm
October 2 & 9 at 3pm

by Harold Pinter
directed by Rhett Bryson

“What’s remarkable is how Pinter’s voice and stylistic tics – the non-sequiturs, the banter that turns into bullying, the edgy jokes and disconcerting pauses – arrived fully formed in his first full-length work.” – Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

These Shining Lives Theatre Arts Furman University


November 9-12 & 17-19 at 8pm
November 13 & 20 at 3pm

by Deborah Brevoort
directed by guest artist Jayce T. Tromsness

“…a moving play that deals with the psychological effects of a tragedy…Brevoort’s script hinges on the 1988 crash of Pan Am Flight 103 in Lockerbie Scotland, tells the story of fictional characters whose grief for the loss of a loved one is transformative.” – Lucia Camargo Rojas, The Post and Courier

The Imaginary Invalid Theatre Arts Furman University


February 8-11 & 16-18 at 8pm
February 12 & 19 at 3pm

title to be announced
by Randall David Cook
directed by Jay Oney

Join us in welcoming Furman alum, Randall David Cook, back to The Playhouse as our 2017 Playwright-in-Residence! You may remember his work from 2013’s Pomp & Circumstance. Sponsored by the Duke Fine Arts Initiative

These Shining Lives Theatre Arts Furman University


March 29-April 1 & 6-8 at 8pm
April 2 & 9 at 3pm

by William Shakespeare
co-directed by Maegan Azar & Thomas Azar

“Romeo and Juliet’s mutual attraction is instant and intense and only grows in passion and love until the end of the play. You know the story.” – Manning Harris, Atlanta INtown


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