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  • You Are My Sunshine

    You Are My Sunshine

    JAN. 24-26
    Thursday, 7:30 pm; Friday-Saturday, 8 pm
    Stillwell Theater | $14-20

    Written & Performed by Terry Galloway

    Directed by Donna Marie Nudd

    Terry Galloway, a deaf lesbian writer and performer, has been using her art to destroy idiotic stereotypes about disability since 1972. Her auto-biographical solo-performance, You Are My Sunshine, tells the story of physical and existential transformations that arise after she literally regains her senses.

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    • The Our Town Collision Project at KSU

      The Our Town Collision Project at KSU

      A Partnership with the Alliance Theatre

      FEB. 12-17
      Tuesday-Thursday, 7:30 pm, Friday-Saturday 8 pm, Sunday, 2 pm.
      Onyx Theater | $5-12

      Coordinated by Margaret Baldwin and Karen Robinson

      Directed by Patrick McColery

      What is Our Town here and now? Through improvisation, oral history, writing and choreography, an ensemble of KSU student actors and playwrights will create an original work inspired by the play Our Town. This project is a collaboration with lead artists from the Tony-Award Winning Alliance Theatre’s Palefsky Collision Project featuring Director Patrick McColery and Assistant Director/Stage Manager Rodney Lamar Williams.

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      • Ragtime


        MAR. 14 -24
        Thursday, 7:30 pm; Friday-Saturday, 8 pm; Sunday 2 pm.
        Stillwell Theater | $5-20

        Book by Terrence McNally

        Music by Stephen Flaherty

        Directed by Amanda Wansa Morgan
        and Kristyl Tift

        Music Direction by Cristina Dinella

        Ragtime, based on E.L. Doctorow’s distinguished 1975 novel, was called “a triumph for the stage” by TIME and “the best musical in twenty years” by the International Herald Tribune when it premiered on Broadway in 1998. Combining historical figures such as Emma Goldman, Harry Houdini, and Booker
        T. Washington with fictional characters, Ragtime uses diverse
        musical styles to weave together stories of volatile turn-of-the century New York from three different perspectives: African Americans in Harlem, immigrants from Eastern Europe, and upper-class suburban whites. Together, these characters confront and explore what it means to live and fight for fairness and social justice in America.

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        • K.I.S.S. - Kennesaw Improv Society, Stupid!

          K.I.S.S. Kennesaw Improv Society, Stupid!

          APR. 12-13
          Friday, 8 pm; Saturday, 8 pm and 10 pm
          Onyx Theater


          Coordinated by Jim Davis

          Our resident improv ensemble offers an evening of performances created on the fly. Side-splitting, surprising, and at times, absolutely silly. This event may not be suitable for audiences under the age of 16.

          • New Works and Ideas Festival - 10-Minute PlayFest

            New Works and Ideas Festival: 10-Minute PlayFest

            APR. 20
            Saturday, 8 pm
            Stillwell Theater | $5

            Coordinated by Margaret Baldwin and Karen Robinson

            An evening of original plays written, directed, and designed
            by KSU students.

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            • KSU Tellers Spring Showcase

              KSU Tellers Spring Showcase

              APR. 26-27
              Friday, 8 pm; Saturday, 8 pm
              Onyx Theater | $5

              Directed by Charles Parrott

              The KSU Tellers invite you to join them as they present their best solo-performances from the spring semester.

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              • Musical Theatre Showcase

                Musical Theatre Showcase

                APR. 28
                Sunday, 7 pm
                Stillwell Theater


                Directed by Amanda Wansa Morgan

                Music Directed by Cristina Dinella

                Musical Theatre students showcase selected works from the 2018-2019 school year.