Faculty Meetings Schedule – Click to download the 2017 Fall Faculty Meeting Schedule.
November 16: Media Arts Application Decision Meeting 3-5pm; Theatre Area Meetings 3-5pm
November 28: TLC 3-4pm; TPC 4-5pm
November 30: Fiction Capstone Scripts Due; Media Arts Faculty Meeting 3-5pm; Theatre Area Meeting 3-5
December 5: TMA Christmas Party (FT faculty and spouses only), 4-6pm La Jolla Groves
December 14: First Presidency Gift Distribution 11am-1pm, BF Larsen Gallery (3rd Floor) of the HFAC
Events Schedule – See EVENTS below for details.
November 17-18: THE MILL ON THE FLOSS, Directed by Adam Houghton; Margetts Theatre
November 18: Proficiency Workshop, 9-12pm D341 HFAC
November 18: From Page to Stage: A Look at George Eliot, Victorian Literature, and Theatre Adaptation – Panel discussion to follow performance of THE MILL ON THE FLOSS, approx 4:45pm, Margetts Theatre
November 17-18, 29-December 2, 5-9: INTO THE WOODS, Directed by Dallyn Vail Bayles; Pardoe Theatre
November 21: Friday Instruction
November 22-24: Thanksgiving Break – NO CLASSES
November 30 – December 2: Acting and MDT Proficiency Auditions – SIGN UP IN D581
November 30 – December 2: Microburst Theatre, Nelke Theatre HFAC
December 4,7, & 9: WDA Readings
December 14: Last Day of Classes
December 15: Reading Day
December 16, 18-21: FINALS WEEK
Theatre Forum Schedule (Nelke Theatre – 11am, Unless otherwise specified)
November 23: Thanksgiving Break – NO FORUM
November 30: Theatre Season Announcement, Megan Sanborn Jones
Media Arts Forum Schedule:
November 23: Thanksgiving Break – NO FORUM
November 30: Welcome to Leith
Mask Club Schedule
December 7: Speak book by Laurie Halse Anderson, adapted for the stage by Amber Winiecke, directed by Amber Winiecke
**Please note: this show deals with rape and assault and may be triggering to some audience members. A counselor from the BYU Counseling and Psychological Services center has been a resource for the production and will participate in the post-show discussions.**
December 14: Fiddler on the Roof, Act 1, directed by Jessica Theriault
For more information about faculty funding and deadlines, please visit cfac.byu.edu/college/college-funding/.
For non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
THE MILL ON THE FLOSS: November 9-11, 14-18 in the Margetts Theatre
By Helen Edmundson
Adapted from the novel by George Eliot
Directed by Adam Houghton
Bold, brave, and beautifully theatrical, this imaginative stage adaptation of the classic 19th-century novel probes the coming-of-age story of Maggie Tulliver, a woman fractured by the restrictions of Victorian society. Making clever use of three actors in the same role to tell her story, the play brings emotional depth to this tale of love and loss in rural England. Get your tickets HERE.
Post-performance discussions Nov. 9 and 16
ASL interpreted performance Nov. 9
Proficiency Workshop – November 18th, 9-12pm D341 HFAC
This is a Workshop for pre-Acting and MDT students who would like to work on their monologues. They will have an opportunity to work with Acting tA’s and others in the majors.
From Page to Stage: A Look at George Eliot, Victorian Literature, and Theatre Adaptation – November 18th
INTO THE WOODS: November 17-18, December 2, 5-9 in the Pardoe Theatre
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
Directed by Dallyn Vail Bayles
Choreographed by Marin Leggat Roper
Music Direction by Randy Boothe
Mind the wolf, fear the witch, and look for the giant in the sky! Into the Woods is an extraordinary Tony Award-winning musical adaptation (and recent Hollywood blockbuster) of the classic tales of the Brothers Grimm. Sophisticated, enchanting, and full of unexpected turns, this fractured fairy-tale explores the true power of wishes and unmasks the reality of what happens after they all come true. Get your tickets HERE before they’re gone!
Post-performance discussions Nov. 30 and Dec. 7
ASL interpreted performance Nov. 30
Microburst Theatre: November 30-December 2
WDA Readings – December 4, 7, & 9
The 2017-18 BYU Theatre season has been announced! Rich in variety, the season features compelling dramas, theatre for young audiences, and two musicals. Productions include: The Glorious Story Emporium, The Mill on the Floss, Into the Woods, Romeo y Julieta, Mary Stuart, Single Wide and Anne of Green Gables. Dates for all productions can be found online at byutheatre.byu.edu.