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Upcoming School of Theatre Events

Published October 28, 2015


Twelfth Night
The Lab Theatre
October 30 – November 8, 2015

A favorite among William Shakespeare’s comedies, Twelfth Night delivers love in all its forms. Twins Viola and Sebastian are separated by a shipwreck during a storm and cast to opposite sides of the land of Illyria. The ensuing tale of mistaken identities, misplaced love, and a comedic rivalry carries the audience, laughing and sighing, toward their happily-ever-after. Shakespeare’s madcap portrayal of the trials and tribulations of romance brings to light love’s ability to make us see ourselves in ways we never considered.

Single Ticket Pricing:

Adult Ticket: $22.00
Senior Ticket (Age 62+): $20.00
Student Ticket: $10.00

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The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi
The Fallon Theatre
November 19-22, 2015

Adapted from the beloved story by Rudyard Kipling, this charming tale follows the curious bond between a baby mongoose, a self-centered and bossy tailorbird, and a dear yet confused muskrat. This delightful story of friendship and cooperation takes place in an exotic garden where the rag-tag group of friends matches wits with a sneaky cobra. Through helping each other, the unlikely team realizes that they are smarter, braver, and more resourceful together and that the garden is more fun when shared with friends.

Annual Benefit Concert – The Fantasticks
Featuring Davis Gaines
The Fallon Theatre
December 12, 2015 at 7:30pm

This year’s Benefit Concert featuring Davis Gaines and FSU Music Theatre students is guaranteed to be an evening you will not want to miss. This memorable musical follows the journey of a girl, a boy, a wall, and two meddling fathers. Featuring classic songs such as “Try to Remember that Kind of September,” “They Were You,” and “Soon It’s Going to Rain”, audiences are magically transported through a forbidden romance surrounded by moonlight, illusion, and truth.

Also in December is Alumna Tanisha Moore’s performance in Flashdance.