Join us as we perform our 2017-18 season in various Grand Center venues through an agreement with the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. All performances begin at 8 p.m., except Sunday matinees, which start at 2 p.m.
A fresh perspective on this Sophocles classic, this production will be developed in collaboration with Prison Performing Arts. Exploring themes of fidelity, citizenship and civil disobedience, we see the struggles and consequences these characters encounter as a result of their choices. Directed by Lucy Cashion.
A loan in the name of love with perilous terms sets the stage for this tale of romance, deception and courtroom drama. Though considered one of the comedies, the play includes some of the most dramatic and memorable moments in all of Shakespeare's works. Directed by Gary Barker.
The sublime and the ridiculous propel this story of one man's struggle to maintain
his identity in a world of conformists. This still relevant and sometimes disturbing
piece shines a light on the absurdity of the human condition, mob mentality and self-delusion.
There will be a high school matinee on Friday, March 2 at 10 a.m. You can get more information by emailing email@example.com.
Directed by Tom Martin.
Music and lyrics by Michael Friedman
An infectious score anchors this musical and its irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.
Tickets for University Theatre performances can be purchased through Metrotix at 314-534-1111 or search SLU at metrotix.com (additional fees may apply) or at the performance venue one hour prior to curtain. Tickets are also available at the University Theatre Box Office in Xavier Hall from noon to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, during performance weeks.
All seating is general admission. Reserved seating is available for groups.
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The University Theatre is located in Xavier Hall on the Saint Louis University campus at 3733 West Pine Mall, one block east of Vandeventer Boulevard and one block south of Lindell Boulevard. Parking for performances at this venue is available in the Queen's Daughters Hall lot located at 3730 Lindell Blvd.
Parking for the Kranzberg Arts Foundation venues is as follows: