Graduate student Barnaby O’Rorke has generated When It
Works, where are you? Invitations and shared
practices, a Zoom Ecamm performance in which each
iteration features improvisation with live and recorded material.
The UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance presents the work on
April 19, 21 and 23 at 5 p.m. PST.
Graduate student Danielle Levin has written and created Whole
Cloth, an M.F.A. project, in which a woman confronts her
family legacy and heritage. The UC Davis Department of
Theatre and Dance presents the play April 15-17.
Graduate student Verónica Díaz-Muñiz has gathered testimonies by
women who have been victims of state violence in Chile and the
U.S. to create her M.F.A. project, OJOXOJO. The UC Davis
Department of Theatre and Dance presents the play April
Romeo and Juliet is reinvented as a musical comedy when
the UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance, Southern Utah
University’s (SUU) Department of Theatre, Dance and Arts
Administration and Catalyst: A Theatre Think Tank premiere
Juliet and Romeo. Co-written by Paul Gordon, a Tony
Award nominee for Jane Eyre, and Curtis Moore, an Emmy
Award nominee for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the
production will be accessible virtually June 3 at 6 p.m. PDT
through midnight on June 5.