Godspell

Book by: John Michael Tebelak
Music and Lyrics: Stephen Schwartz
Director: Amy Cuomo

The classic musical comes to UWG and Carrollton! A small group of people, including Jesus Christ, get together to creatively tell biblical parables. Godspell includes some favorite songs from American musical theatre such as "Day By Day," "Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord," and "Turn Back, O Man," among others. Come celebrate classic tales of love and faith, where Jesus's message of kindness and tolerance comes to life.

Performances:

Community Preview: Tuesday, September 26 at 7:30PM                                  
Wednesday--Saturday, September 27--30 at 7:30PM                                            
Sunday, October 1 at 2:30PM                                                                          
Townsend Center Main Stage Theatre

For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700

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The 53rd Annual Georgia Theatre Conference

 

UWG Theatre hosts this annual celebration of the work of  Georgia theatre makers in education, community, and professional theatre. With over 1,000 participants, GTC consists of workshops, Middle School, Secondary, Community, and Theatre for Young Audiences play festivals, college screening auditions, and an exciting keynote presentation by none other than Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (Angels in America), screenwriter (Munich and Lincoln), and activist Tony Kushner! For more information, please go to: http://georgiatheatreweb.wixsite.com/gtc-website

Conference Dates:

Wednesday--Saturday, October 11--14, 2017 on the UWG Campus (Coliseum, Townsend Center, Education Building, and Old Auditorium)

Keynote Date:                           

Friday, October 13 at 1:00PM                                                                                        
Coliseum

For more information, please call (678) 839-4700

Tony Kushner photo credit: Joan Marcus

Tony Kushner photo

The Scarlet Letter 

Written by: Phyllis Nagy 
Based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Director: Shelly Elman

The famous story of Hester Prynne is retold with a contemporary flair, in this timely adaptation of the classic novel.

Performances:

Community Preview: Tuesday, November 7 at 7:30PM                                        
Wednesday--Saturday, November 8--11 at 7:30PM                                            
Sunday, November 12 at 2:30PM                                                                                  
Tuesday--Friday, November 14--17 at 7:30PM                                                        
High School Matinee Performances: November 9, 10, 15, & 16                          
Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

If interested in bringing your class to a high school matinee performance, please call 678.839.4700, or email theatre@westga.edu, attention Nicole

For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700

 

The Scarlet Letter

Speech and Debate 

Writen by: Stephen Karam
Director: Tangela Large

From Tony Award-winning playwright Stephen Karam, Speech and Debate is about three high school students who meet and become friends when they uncover a scandal in their school that rocks their town. --"Flat out funny...Sex, secrets and hypocrisy are themes that tie the play together...Stephen Karam has an outstanding ear forhow young people talk."--Associated Press

Performances:

Community Preview: Tuesday, February 20 at 7:30PM                                          
Wednesday--Saturday, February 21--24 at 7:30PM                                          
Sunday, February 25 at 2:30PM                                                                                
Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

Contains strong language.

For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700

 

Speech and Debate

Episodes in Sexuality 2018

Devised by the Ensemble
Director: Matthew Williams                                                                                            

In its third decade of being produced, Episodes in Sexuality focuses on the issues of sexuality faced by today's college students.

Performances:

March 7--10 at 7:30PM                                                                                              
Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

Contains strong language and mature themes

For ticket information, please call (678)839-4722

For all other information, please call (678)839-4700

 

Episodes in Sexuality 2017

Mother Hicks 

Written by: Suzan Zeder                                                                                                          
Directed by Jenni McCarthy

UWG Theatre is taking the show on the road! We're partnering with the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center to bring this poignant family drama to the CCAC Theatre. Don't miss this opportunity to bring your family or church group to this play about tolerance, kindness, and understanding.    

 About three outsiders—an orphan girl known only as Girl; a deaf boy who narrates the play; and an eccentric hermit, Mother Hicks, who is suspected of being a witch--the play chronicles the journey each character takes to find themselves and each other in a troubled time.

Performances:
Community Preview: Tuesday, April 10 at 7:30PM
Wednesday--Saturday, April 11--14 at 7:30PM
Sunday, April 15 at 2:30PM
Carrollton Cultural Arts Center

For more information, please call (678) 839-4700

Mother Hicks 
  • Godspell

    Book by: John Michael Tebelak
    Music and Lyrics: Stephen Schwartz
    Director: Amy Cuomo

    The classic musical comes to UWG and Carrollton! A small group of people, including Jesus Christ, get together to creatively tell biblical parables. Godspell includes some favorite songs from American musical theatre such as "Day By Day," "Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord," and "Turn Back, O Man," among others. Come celebrate classic tales of love and faith, where Jesus's message of kindness and tolerance comes to life.

    Performances:

    Community Preview: Tuesday, September 26 at 7:30PM                                  
    Wednesday--Saturday, September 27--30 at 7:30PM                                            
    Sunday, October 1 at 2:30PM                                                                          
    Townsend Center Main Stage Theatre

    For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

    For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700


    Alt Text Goes Here.

  • The 53rd Annual Georgia Theatre Conference

     

    UWG Theatre hosts this annual celebration of the work of  Georgia theatre makers in education, community, and professional theatre. With over 1,000 participants, GTC consists of workshops, Middle School, Secondary, Community, and Theatre for Young Audiences play festivals, college screening auditions, and an exciting keynote presentation by none other than Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (Angels in America), screenwriter (Munich and Lincoln), and activist Tony Kushner! For more information, please go to: http://georgiatheatreweb.wixsite.com/gtc-website

    Conference Dates:

    Wednesday--Saturday, October 11--14, 2017 on the UWG Campus (Coliseum, Townsend Center, Education Building, and Old Auditorium)

    Keynote Date:                           

    Friday, October 13 at 1:00PM                                                                                        
    Coliseum

    For more information, please call (678) 839-4700

    Tony Kushner photo credit: Joan Marcus


    Tony Kushner photo

  • The Scarlet Letter 

    Written by: Phyllis Nagy 
    Based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne

    Director: Shelly Elman

    The famous story of Hester Prynne is retold with a contemporary flair, in this timely adaptation of the classic novel.

    Performances:

    Community Preview: Tuesday, November 7 at 7:30PM                                        
    Wednesday--Saturday, November 8--11 at 7:30PM                                            
    Sunday, November 12 at 2:30PM                                                                                  
    Tuesday--Friday, November 14--17 at 7:30PM                                                        
    High School Matinee Performances: November 9, 10, 15, & 16                          
    Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

    If interested in bringing your class to a high school matinee performance, please call 678.839.4700, or email theatre@westga.edu, attention Nicole

    For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

    For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700


     

    The Scarlet Letter


  • Speech and Debate 

    Writen by: Stephen Karam
    Director: Tangela Large

    From Tony Award-winning playwright Stephen Karam, Speech and Debate is about three high school students who meet and become friends when they uncover a scandal in their school that rocks their town. --"Flat out funny...Sex, secrets and hypocrisy are themes that tie the play together...Stephen Karam has an outstanding ear forhow young people talk."--Associated Press

    Performances:

    Community Preview: Tuesday, February 20 at 7:30PM                                          
    Wednesday--Saturday, February 21--24 at 7:30PM                                          
    Sunday, February 25 at 2:30PM                                                                                
    Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

    Contains strong language.

    For ticket information, please call (678) 839-4722

    For all other information, please call (678) 839-4700

     

    Speech and Debate


  • Episodes in Sexuality 2018

    Devised by the Ensemble
    Director: Matthew Williams                                                                                            

    In its third decade of being produced, Episodes in Sexuality focuses on the issues of sexuality faced by today's college students.

    Performances:

    March 7--10 at 7:30PM                                                                                              
    Townsend Center Richard L. Dangle Black Box Theatre

    Contains strong language and mature themes

    For ticket information, please call (678)839-4722

    For all other information, please call (678)839-4700

     

    Episodes in Sexuality 2017


  • Mother Hicks 

    Written by: Suzan Zeder                                                                                                          
    Directed by Jenni McCarthy

    UWG Theatre is taking the show on the road! We're partnering with the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center to bring this poignant family drama to the CCAC Theatre. Don't miss this opportunity to bring your family or church group to this play about tolerance, kindness, and understanding.    

     About three outsiders—an orphan girl known only as Girl; a deaf boy who narrates the play; and an eccentric hermit, Mother Hicks, who is suspected of being a witch--the play chronicles the journey each character takes to find themselves and each other in a troubled time.

    Performances:
    Community Preview: Tuesday, April 10 at 7:30PM
    Wednesday--Saturday, April 11--14 at 7:30PM
    Sunday, April 15 at 2:30PM
    Carrollton Cultural Arts Center

    For more information, please call (678) 839-4700


    Mother Hicks