Open Door Series

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A new student-focused program designed to explore content meaningful and relevant to our 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.

Contact Rachel Klem or Mia Self for more info or to establish a partnership connection.

 

AUGUST, 2016:

  • 8/19- Creative Artist Award Reading: “Of  Ghosts & Strangers”
    • The Kennedy- McIlwee Studio Theatre, Frank Thompson Hall, 7:30pm, FREE

 

SEPTEMBER:

  • 9/27- Banned Books Performance
    • The Kennedy- McIlwee Studio Theatre, Frank Thompson Hall, time TBD, FREE
  • 9/28- Love/Sick Talkback
    • Grand Hallway, Frank Thompson Hall, approximately 9:30pm, FREE

 

OCTOBER:

  • 10/20- Baltimore Reading
    • One Earth, Talley Student Union, 7:30pm, FREE
  • 10/19-10/30- Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde Performances
    • The Kennedy- McIlwee Studio Theatre, 7:30pm, Tickets: $6/ NCSU Student
  • 10/26Gross Indecency Talkback
    • Grand Hallway, Frank Thompson Hall, approximately 9:30pm, FREE

 

NOVEMBER:

  • 11/16- Ideal Husband Talkback
    • Grand Hallway, Frank Thompson Hall, approximately 9:30pm, FREE
  • 11/14- Julius Caesar (Female Cast) Reading
    • Talley Ballroom TBD, 7:30pm, FREE
  • 11/29- NCSU Dance with Moderated Talkback
    • Room 150, Frank Thompson Hall, 5:30pm, FREE

 

JANUARY, 2017:

  • 1/30- Reading (TBD)
    • Room 150, Frank Thompson Hall, 7:30pm, FREE

 

MARCH:

  • 3/16-3/18- Creative Artist Award Performance: “Of Ghosts and Strangers”
    • The Kennedy- McIlwee Studio Theatre, 7:30pm, FREE
  • 3/17- “Of Ghosts and Strangers” Talkback
    • Grand Hallway, Frank Thompson Hall, approximately 8:15pm, FREE

 

APRIL:

  • 4/5- The Merry (Real House)Wives of Windsor Talkback
    • Grand Hallway, Frank Thompson Hall, approximately 9:30pm, FREE
  • 4/17- Reading (TBD)
    • Room 150, Frank Thompson Hall, 7:30pm, FREE