Fine Arts Building

2017-2018 Season Productions

Subscriptions are available for $75 ($60 for UGA students), plus a $9 handling fee per order, a 25% savings compared to single ticket prices. Single tickets are available for $16 ($12 for UGA students), and tickets to our Studio Series productions are $12 ($7 for students). Tickets can be ordered by phone at 706-542-4400 or 888-289-8497 (toll free), or online.

The Last Witch
The Last Witch
Written by Rona Munro. Directed by Ray Paolino.
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
September 22–October 1
Scotland, 1727. An eccentric widow’s refusal to deny charges of witchcraft sets her at odds with a new sheriff, threatening not only her life but that of her daughter. Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
Animal Farm
Animal Farm
By George Orwell. Adapted by Ian Wooldridge. Directed by Anthony Marotta.
University Theatre Studio Series
Seney-Stovall Chapel
October 4–October 8
George Orwell’s satiric fable features greedy pigs taking advantage of the animals who unwittingly placed them in power. Tickets are $12, $7 for students.
Cabaret
Cabaret
Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Directed by Freddie Ashley (Actor's Express).
University Theatre Mainstage
Fine Arts Theatre (Room 200)
November 3–November 12
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism. Special school matinee November 7. Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
Detroit
Detroit
Written by Lisa D'Amour. Directed by George Contini
University Theatre Mainstage
Cellar Theatre (Room 55)
February 16–February 25
This new play turns an all-American backyard barbeque into a menacing affair when mysterious new neighbors move into a Detroit suburb and upend the lives of an average couple. Tickets are $16, $12 for students.
BFE
BFE
Written by Julia Cho. Directed by Farley Richmond.
University Theatre Studio Series
Seney-Stovall Chapel
March 20–March 25
A darkly comic coming-of-age tale detailing an Asian-American teen’s struggles with identity, her agoraphobic mother, and a rash of local murders targeting blonde girls. Tickets are $12, $7 for students.
Othello
Othello
Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Kristin Kundert.
University Theatre Mainstage
Fine Arts Theatre (Room 200)
April 6–April 15
Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy pits the conniving Iago against his trusting friend Othello, weaving a potent commentary on jealousy, betrayal, and racism that reverberates still today. Special school matinee April 10. Tickets are $16, $12 for students.