CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF by Tennessee Williams

Lies can keep families and society afloat, but inevitably the truth will out. At Big Daddy’s birthday celebration, the Pollitt family find themselves forced to face their own inner truths; a challenge at which they mostly fail.

This workshop examines issues of family, masculinity, homosexuality, and Williams’ recurring theme of alcoholism. Williams has a magical way of showing how the lies we must cling to create a beautiful fragility in us.

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TWELFTH NIGHT by William Shakespeare

Revelry and sanctioned rule-breaking can strengthen social structures. When Viola becomes unwittingly caught in a love triangle, confusion cascades on the house of Duke Orsino. When true identities are revealed, love smiles upon all the lovers – except for one.

This workshop investigates the place of social mores and gameplay in exerting power over each other. What happens when we are not careful about those not invited to play in the game?

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$17 per student (minimum total fee $1,700)

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