This is not your typical history lesson! Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a rock musical about 7th US President Andrew Jackson – complete with cowboys, prostitutes, Native American chiefs and the Supreme Court.
Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre (ARDT) returns to Morgan Auditorium with an all-new concert, choreographed by UA’s award-winning dance faculty. ARDT presents a diverse mix of traditional and innovative pieces that highlight the talent of UA dance students.
The New York Times calls it “an anthology of vignettes about family and food, inherited and disowned values.” Nominated for the Drama Desk Award, eighteen scenes play out across time at 1 Dining Room table with 6 actors playing more than fifty roles.
The Cleveland Grand Opera Company will welcome opera superstar Tito Morelli for one night only as Otello. But after Morelli is presumed dead, the General Manager has only one choice: Send in his assistant?!
For this campus favorite, students choreograph, cast, rehearse and design
their pieces in hopes their choreography will be chosen for this concert featuring approximately 25 pieces.
In one of Sondheim’s most acclaimed scores we meet Franklin Sheppard and watch his life story unfold from lyricist to famous motion picture maker, in reverse!
A perilous storm and devastating shipwreck separates brother Sebastian and sister Viola, washing them ashore in the Jazz filled streets of 1920’s New Orleans. They set out separately in a land confounded by love and the lack of it in their lives. Mistaken identity and music live in one of Shakespeare’s greatest and most beloved comedies.
A one night only event that highlights the amazing talents of UA dance students!
The preprofessional dance company Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre returns to the stage featuring all-new choreography by award-winning dance faculty.
When Eurydice falls into the depths of the underworld, her love Orpheus makes a pact with a “mysterious man” to get her back. But when Eurydice finds her lost father she is forced to make a choice.