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U of M Theatre Arts & Dance/ Minnesota Centennial Showboat

Alumni Evening on the Minnesota Centennial Showboat

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Thursday, June 26 or Thursday, July 10

You're invited to an Alumni Association Evening on the Showboat, featuring a ticket to the performance and a post-show alumni reception with the Showboat cast.

The U of M Showboat Players’ summertime productions feature an interactive style of theatre based on old-time vaudeville traditions and offer great music, wit, charm, and lots of laughter to thousands of patrons per year.

Read more about the Showboat.
Watch a video on the Showboat experience.

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
directed by Peter Moore
with musical Olios by Vern Sutton

Dr. Jekyll pauses before drinking a secret potion -- the result of years of his research. If he swallows it, will he unleash a villainous dark side? Loose his lady love? Risk all in his irresistible quest to know? Thrill to this twisted tale in a Showboat favorite. 

Alumni Association member evenings:
Thursday, June 26
Thursday, July 10
Stay tuned for pricing and reservation information in early May.

Summer 2014 Showboat Schedule
June 19-August 16
Tuesdays-Saturdays 8 p.m.; 2:30 p.m. matinees on Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday


Theatre Arts & Dance Performance Special Offers

There is nothing like live theater. Some of the best drama, comedy, dance, and experimental theater in Minnesota is performed on campus at  the University of Minnesota's Rarig Theatre.
Tickets are now available online at theatre.umn.edu or call 612 624-2345.

Alumni Association members receive faculty/staff ticket pricing on UMTAD 2013-14 performances*. Please identify yourself as an Alumni Association member and provide your member ID when ordering your tickets. 

*some exclusions apply, including collaborations with non-University partners

Hamlet by William Shakespeare
April 17-27
Stoll Thrust Stage, Rarig Center

"Who's there? Stand and unfold yourself." With these opening lines, Shakespeare’s Hamlet offers the opportunity to question how we continue to struggle with our own truths, our own actions, our own responsibilities.

Under the direction of Associate Faculty member Barbara Berlovitiz (co-Artistic Director of Theatre de la Jeune Lune) this production is inspired by the lean, athletic approach to the text which the Jeune Lune Company performed with critical acclaim in Minneapolis and New York.

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