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2016-17 Season Production Calendar

Fall 2016


The Library

By Scott Z. Burns
Directed by Shelley Delaney

A compelling drama about violence in America and the narratives shaped in the aftermath of a tragic school shooting.

Sep. 28 – Oct. 1 & Oct. 5 – 8, 8pm
Forum Theater, RTV Building

Symposium: Oct. 8, 6:30-7:30pm
Kantner Room 108

Talkbacks Oct. 1 & 5 Following Performance


The Ladies Man

Adapted by Charles Morey
Originally by Georges Feydeau
Directed by Dennis Delaney

An adaptation by Charles Morey of one of Georges Feydeau’s gut-busting bedroom farces.

Oct. 26 – 29 & Nov. 2 – 5, 8pm
E. E. Baker Theater, Kantner Hall

Talkbacks Oct. 29 & Nov. 2 Following Performance


Style Lab Projects

Two large-cast projects directed by second year graduate students.


By Sophie Treadwell
Directed by Ben Stockman

Nov. 15 – 19
Forum Theater, RTV Building, Free

Mrs. Packard

By Emily Mann
Directed by Allison Epperson

Nov. 29 - Dec. 3,

Forum Theater, RTV Building, Free


Spring 2017


Stupid F***Ing Bird

By Aaron Posner
Directed by David Haugen

Stupid F***Ing Bird is an irreverent and funny play inspired by Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull.

Feb. 15 - 18 & 22 - 25, 8pm
Forum Theater, RTV Building

Talkbacks Feb. 15 & 25 Following Performance


The Rover

By Aphra Behn
Directed by Brian Evans

A beloved Restoration comedy written by one of the first English women to earn her living by her writing.

Mar. 29 - Apr. 1 & Apr. 5 - 8, 8pm
E. E. Baker Theater, Kantner Hal

Talkbacks April 1 & 5 Following Performance


Realism Projects

First Year MFA directing projects: two productions in rotating repertory will be announced.
Feb. 22 - 25 & Feb. 28 - Mar. 2
Kantner Hall, Free


23rd Annual Seabury Quinn, Jr. Playwrights’ festival

Celebrating our MFA playwrights, two featured plays are fully produced in rotating repertory. Other plays in progress are presented in semi-staged readings. Each performance is followed by a talkback with guest artists.

The festival is a collaborative effort of all faculty and students.

Apr. 12 – 22
Forum Theater, RTV Building


Midnight Madness

Midnight Madness is part of the practical-based portion of the MFA Playwriting Program consisting of the weekly, informal production of new work. It begins early in the week with a different writer from the program serving as the week’s producer. The producer selects the theme, style, or concept for the upcoming week’s production. Each writer must then write a three to five-minute play based upon that theme, style or concept. Each play is written, cast, and rehearsed throughout the week in preparation for the Friday night, script-in-hand production presented before an audience.

Madness takes place Fridays at 11 PM in Hahne Theater in Kantner Hall. The performances last about an hour and are free and open to the public. Arrive at 10 PM to secure tickets. Current Madness Schedule is available here:


Tickets for Studio and Mainstage Productions

Through Arts for Ohio, tickets are free for OU students with a student ID. Regular tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for other students and seniors. For more information and reservations please call 740-593-1780, or stop by the Fine Arts Ticket Office on campus located at the East Union Street entrance of The Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium, Monday through Friday, 12:00-5:00.