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Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Woyzeck”
UC Davis’ ‘Woyzeck’ features madness, murder
Special to The Enterprise
February 13, 2015
Neil LaBute’s intriguing adaptation of Georg Büchner’s “Woyzeck” will be presented by the UC Davis department of theater and dance Feb. 26-March 8 on the Main Stage of Wright Hall. “Woyzeck” is a theatrical examination of a young man who is abused by a power structure that dehumanizes him, driving him to madness and murder.
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THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE*
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*The USDAC is not a government agency.
A network of artists all over America have started something called the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture. No, the government doesn’t really have one of those, but these artists believe that one should exist so they’re performing it into existence.
The UC Department of Theatre and Dance has been nominated for 9 Elly Awards for the 2013-14 season.
The annual Elly Awards honor outstanding achievements of community theaters and artists in the Sacramento area. Elly Awards are named for the late Eleanor McClatchy, who was a devoted patron of the local arts. The nominations are:
Thomas J. Munn - The Grapes of Wrath – Best Lighting Design
Ned Jacobson – The Grapes of Wrath – Best Sound Design
Chris McCoy – Spring Awakening – Best Choreography
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