Fine Arts Building

2013-2014 Season Productions

Doubt: A Parable
Doubt: A Parable
Written by John Patrick Shanley. Directed by Ray Paolino.
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
September 19–September 29
This passionate and gripping drama won both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award in 2005. Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, becomes convinced that the popular young Father Flynn has had improper relations with one of the male students. The play’s rich and compassionate portrayal of all perspectives elicits profound and conflicting feelings of empathy and doubt. Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone (706-542-4400) or in person at the Performing Arts Center Box Office on east campus or the Tate Center Ticket Window (http://tate.uga.edu/tickets/). Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
Servant of Two Masters
Servant of Two Masters
Written by Carlo Goldoni. Directed by T. Anthony Marotta.
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
October 7–October 13
A high-flung and low-brow comedy about a hungry servant who hatches a scheme to double his wages — and his meals. The 18th century farce is replete with secret identities, love triangles, unbound theatricality, and a healthy dose of physical comedy.Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone (706-542-4400) or in person at the Performing Arts Center Box Office on east campus or the Tate Center Ticket Window (http://tate.uga.edu/tickets/). Tickets are $12, $7 for students.
Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice
Adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan from the novel by Jane Austen. Directed by George Contini.
University Theatre Mainstage
Fine Arts Theatre (Room 200)
November 7–November 17
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the ultimate romantic comedy! This vibrant new adaptation captures the fire and wit of Jane Austen’s classic novel. The five Bennet sisters, some of literature’s most beloved figures, navigate the slippery social ladder of 19th century British society as complications, misperceptions, and assignations abound. A UGA Spotlight on the Arts Festival offering . Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone (706-542-4400) or in person at the Performing Arts Center Box Office on east campus or the Tate Center Ticket Window (http://tate.uga.edu/tickets/). Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
Bray's Plays
Bray's Plays
An evening of short plays written by John P. Bray.
University Theatre Mainstage
Seney-Stovall Chapel
February 4–February 9
A smorgasbord of quirky short plays with subtle twists featuring honest characters making human connections. The poignant, wry humor of UGA’s own Off-Off-Broadway playwright makes these deceptively simple plays a favorite with theatre-lovers around the country. Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets are $12, $7 for students.
Flyin' West
Flyin' West
Written by Pearl Cleage. Directed by Kristyl Tift
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
February 20–March 2
The “Exodusters” are African American pioneers who move west with the promise of free land. Set in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas in 1898, this play, by one of the leading African American women playwrights, portrays the lengths to which a group of women must go to sustain their family on the frontier. Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
The Bakkhai
The Bakkhai
by Euripides, Translated by Robert Bagg. Directed by Marla Carlson
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
March 25–March 30
An arrogant ruler scorns a new god—who happens to be his cousin—and is torn apart by his own god-crazed mother. This mythical family’s tragedy parallels the decline of a great democracy, torn apart by factional strife as well as seemingly endless wars. Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets are $12, $7 for students.
Spring Awakening
Spring Awakening
Book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Music by Duncan Sheik. Based on the play by Frank Wedekind. Directed by Richard Garner.
University Theatre Mainstage
Fine Arts Theatre (Room 200)
April 10–April 19
The landmark musical is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll that explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion you will never forget. Directed by Richard Garner, Producing Artistic Director of Georgia Shakespeare Festival. Grammy and Tony Award winning singer/songwriter Duncan Sheik will hold a Q&A after the April 11 performance. Tickets can be purchased online.

Tickets are $16, $12 for students.