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By Laura Eason – adapted from the novel by Mark Twain
October 8 – 11 / 7:30 pm.
The Joan C. Edwards Playhouse

Join Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn and Becky Thatcher in the greatest summer adventure ever told in this imaginative, highly theatrical adaptation of Mark Twain’s incomparable classic.  Featuring the thrill of mischief-making, the fickleness of first love, the cold shivers that linger after an adventure gone very wrong and the unbridled joy at discovering real buried treasure, this story is for anyone who has ever been a kid and celebrates all that is grand and glorious about childhood.

aMUsed Dance Concert

October 17 – 18
The Joan C. Edwards Playhouse

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By Anton Chekhov – a version by Brian Friel
November 12-15 & 20 – 22 / 7:30 pm.
The Francis-Booth Experimental Theatre

This season’s Sarah Denman Classic

In Anton Chekhov’s wistful tale of love and war, Olga, Masha and Irina, army daughters, posted in a backwater, lon to get to Moscow where, they imagine, their lives will be transformed and fulfilled.  They fall in love, try to engage with the local people, and remember happier times.  THE THREE SISTERS is truly one of the great treasures of 19th century theatre.

The Lunar Strategem

January 8 – 10
The Francis-Booth Experimental Theatre

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Book by Joe Masteroff
Based on the play by John Van Druten and Stories by Christopher Isherwood
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
February 18 – 21 & 26 – 28 / 7:30 pm.
March 1 / 2:00 pm.
The Francis-Booth Experimental Theatre

Spend some time at the Kit Kat Klub, the perfectly marvelous cabaret where singer Sally Bowles meets writer Cliff Bradshaw.  As the two pursue a life of pleasure in Weimer Berlin, the world outside the Klub begins to splinter.  Sally and Cliff are faced with a choice:  abandon themselves to pleasures promised by the cabaret, or open their eyes and face the coming storm.  Eight Tony Awards in 1968, including Best Musical, and four Tony Awards in 1998, including Best Revival.

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By Bruce Norris
April 22 – 25 / 7:30 pm.
The Joan C. Edwards Playhouse

CLYBOURNE PARK explodes in two outrageous acts set fifty years apart.  Act One takes place in 1959, as nervous community leaders anxiously try to stop the sale of a home to a black family.  Act Two is set in the same house in the present day, as the now predominantly African-American neighborhood battles to hold its ground in the face of gentrification.  Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play.

Single Show Tickets:

Main stage general admission $20
Main stage faculty / senior $15
Children five to twelve $7
aMUsed Dance Concert $12
Lunar Strategem $12

 

Free to full-time Marshall students with valid ID.

Marshall Theatre Box Office phone: 304-696-ARTS (2787)

Season Tickets:

  • Mainstage Season Ticket – $80
    • Includes 4 season productions; aMUsed dance concert; Lunar Strategem; and complimentary parking in the new MU parking facility adjacent to the theatre
    • Total Value – $140
  • Early Bird Special – $70
    • Purchase before September 30, 2014.
    • Includes all of the above.
    • Total Value – $140
  • Faculty and Seniors – $60
    • Includes all of the above.
    • Total Value – $84
  • Early Bird / Faculty and Seniors – $50
    • Purchase before September 30, 2014.
    • Includes all of the above.
    • Total Value – $84

To purchase season tickets, please call the box office at 304-696-ARTS (2787)