UA Theatre & Dance presents the hilarious and touching Falsettos at the Allen Bales Theatre, November 7-11 at 7:30PM and November 13 at 2:00PM and 7:30PM. Falsettos is a musical comprised of two stories from composer William Finn’s (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) Off-Broadway In Trousers trilogy. The audience will be introduced to […]
UA Theatre & Dance will close the first half of it’s 2016-17 season with a poignant and sharp comedy Appropriate in the Marian Gallaway Theatre, November 15-18 at 7:30PM and November 20 at 2:00PM. Appropriate, winner of the 2014-15 Obie Award for Best New Play, tells the story of estranged members of the Lafayette family […]
One moment, a spin and a twist of the body captures the crowd, while the next brings a flurry of student dancers to the stage. With the Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre, you never know what’s coming next. The ARDT is a dance company at The University of Alabama designed to prepare students for competitions on […]
The play premieres Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Marian Gallaway Theatre on UA’s campus. It continues at that time and location through Oct. 8. The final performance of the play will be Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. A special performance will be held for Tuscaloosa County High School students Oct. 6. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. […]
By Nic Helms Special to The Tuscaloosa News Performances of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” are always games of expectation: What fresh take on “To be or not to be” can possibly exist under the sun? Seth Panitch’s production of “Hamlet” at the University of Alabama this week does not disappoint on this score. Setting the play […]
UA Theatre & Dance swings open their doors at the Marian Gallaway Theatre to present the Shakespearean classic Hamlet, October 4-8 at 7:30PM & October 9 at 2:00 PM. It’s the sordid tale of a prince who is asked by the ghost of his father to avenge his death. The tangled webs are woven as […]
We will be talking about our upcoming education/outreach/volunteering and community engagement opportunities. UA Theatre & Dance serves the community in multiple capacities outside of our productions. We love what we do and we love the Tuscaloosa community and beyond.
Norwegian actor Ingolf Schanche as Hamlet, ca. 1920. The all-too familiar image of a Shakespearean man in Victorian garb holding up a skull and reciting a soliloquy is one that many forget is derived from the play “Hamlet.” Of the sprawling works of William Shakespeare, “Hamlet” is one of the most well-known. UA Theatre and […]