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by William Shakespeare
Directed by Shelley Delaney
November 9, 10, 11. 15, 16, 17, 18
Forum Theater, RTV Building

A shipwreck in perilous waters creates a sea of confusion on land in Shakespeare’s freewheeling romcom of loss, longing, mistaken identity, obsession, revenge and madness. Anything can happen in coastal Illyria, where characters leap in heart first: transcending gender, upending propriety, spurning noise ordinances, or… What You Will!

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Stories of Covid 19 Part 2

Stories of COVID-19 From Athens County Ohio - Part 2

Hosted by Playwright, Charles Smith

Tantrum Theater, Ohio University’s professional theater company, presents part two of the series of community interviews with Athens area residents.

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Tantrum Theater uses Ohio Arts Council funding to build local junior high drama club

For a small community like Athens, drama and performance have a huge role in both entertainment and building relationships. Tantrum Theater, a local professional theater within the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University, elevates this love of drama with the Athens Middle School Drama Club.

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Local eighth graders explore Athens’ Black history with podcasting pros in tandem with Tantrum Theater’s opening of ‘Hotel Berry’

Eighth graders at Athens Middle School have created a series of podcasts about Black history to be released in conjunction with Tantrum Theater’s debut of the “Hotel Berry” play.

Listen to the full episodes on Invisible Ground

Hotel Berry

‘Hotel Berry’ production to tell untold stories of Athens, highlight Black community

The Ohio University College of Fine Arts professional theater company, Tantrum Theater, is producing a new work that will hit the stage in November. The story of the Berry Hotel, just one of many untold parts of Athens history, will be taking the stage starting Thursday, Nov. 17, with the help of a playwright, local historians, community members, students and Ohio University faculty. 


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Tantrum Theater to receive $10,000 in grant funding from the National Endowment for the Arts

May 12, 2021

Tantrum Theater, Ohio University’s professional theater, has been approved for a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support a Tantrum Theater Community Commission.

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