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Part 1

Friday, October 23 - Sunday, October 25, 2020

Part 2

Reserve Your Viewing Ticket

Free tickets to view Urinetown, the (home-video) Musical on October 27, 28, or 29 are available by clicking the Reserve button. Your viewing link will be emailed to you. Advance reservations are recommended for best results. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

Digital Theatre Festival

Streaming Online

Part 1: October 23, 24, 25, 2020
Talk-Back: October 26, 2020
Part 2: October 27, 28, 29, 2020

Setting the Stage, Reflecting our World

Filmed on KU’s campus and even in people’s most private home spaces, the Digital Theatre Festival features seven student-created short works. Topics include gender expression, consumerism, politics, social justice, and zombies. The works cross disciplines, reflect issues of importance to our students, promote originality and growth, and at times, offer a bit of levity. Come for an evening of new theatre and be ready to ask yourself, "Are these theatre-makers or changemakers?"

The festival includes adult language and depictions of violence. It may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Part 1:

Created by Kalen Stockton and team

Who's Got the Pain?
Created by Chris Pendry and team

Bodies Inciting Justice
Created by Webster McDonald and team

Written by Nathan Paukstellis

Mother Doesn't Like It When I Paint My Nails
Created by Hanah Glimpse and team

Down Stage Zombie
Created by Stella Garibaldi and team

View the Digital Program or Download a copy (PDF)

Conversation with the Creators:

Please join us on Monday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. for a conversation with the digital festival creators on Zoom led by Cassandra Ludlum and Kalen Stockton.
Passcode: 981514

Part 2:

Urinetown, the (home-video) Musical
Created by Timmia Hearn and team
Adapted from Urinetown, the Musical
Book & Lyrics by Greg Kotis, Music & Lyrics by Mark Hollmann

View the Digital Program or Download a copy (PDF)

Donate to KU TheatreThis festival is free to view. If you would like to help the University Theatre continue to provide performance opportunities for our students, please consider making a donation.

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