A student-focused program designed to explore content that is meaningful and relevant to college students as they navigate relationships with each other and the broader world. The OPEN DOOR SERIES explores a broad range of play texts, styles and genres. Projects invite partnerships with other NC State organizations and foster community connections through theatre. Contact Rachel Klem or Mia Self for more info or to establish a partnership connection.
March 4 | READING of Scenes from THE COLORED MUSEUM and RAGTIME
University Theatre Presents:
An Open Door Series Reading of
Scenes from THE COLORED MUSEUM and RAGTIME
Come see scenes from two of the plays University Theatre is producing next year: THE COLORED MUSEUM and RAGTIME. Students will read excerpts from the plays and answer questions about the shows and performance opportunities for those interested. This 45-minute staged reading will explore themes of ethnicity, history, and identity. Directed by Ron Foreman. Students interested in reading may contact the director at email@example.com for more information.
African American Cultural Center Gallery located on the 2nd floor of Witherspoon Student Center, 7:30pm.
All are welcome, admission is free.
Mar. 20-24 | A GOOD LITTLE RAIN by Natalie Sherwood
A young woman searches for meaning in mental illness, explorations of sexuality, and the loss that comes with the chronic illness of her mother. Michelle struggles with depression, anxiety, and her distorted self-image at the core of her battle in this memory play by Arts NC State 2018 Creative Artist Award-winner, Natalie Sherwood.
Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre, Frank Thompson Hall. NCSU students – $6. Tickets available February 1.
Apr. 16 | NCSU DANCE WITH MODERATED TALKBACK
Frank Thompson Hall, Room 150, 5:30pm, FREE admission.