Independent Theatre Project, created by senior Theatre major Emma Minkoff
Friday February 17 and Saturday February 18
Meyerhoff Arts Center
Exploring childhood, imagination, innocence and loss of innocence in a performance piece that features puppetry.

The Secret in the Wings, by Mary Zimmerman Secret in the Wings
Friday March 31, Saturday April 1, Sunday April 2,
Saturday April 8, and Sunday, April 9, at 8 p.m.
Meyerhoff Arts Center
MacArthur Fellow and playwright Mary Zimmerman
Imaginatively weaves seven fairy tales into a theatrical
world of mystery, wonder, and sensuality--where kings
and queens and their spirited progeny navigate through
forests and kingdoms and the depths of the unconscious
on journeys of self-discovery.  Senior theatre majors,
along with other talented musicians, actors, and
designers, make up a creative ensemble that will, through
image, music, and poetic text, unlock the secrets within us.
This production is the capstone for students majoring in
theatre and part of the story-telling semester. Theatre
professor Allison Campbell will direct.
The Secret in the Wings is for adults but children are welcome.

Admission: $10 general; $5 for students and anyone with a valid Goucher OneCard.

A Snake in Swans, by David J. Hills
Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, April 30 at 2 p.m.
Mildred Dunnock Theatre, Meyerhoff Arts Center
Written and directed by David J. Hills as his Senior Thesis in Theatre and English, A Snake in Swans is a full-length play exploring the relationships between mothers and children through the lens of clinical, ante-, and postpartum depression.

Admission: $10 general; $5 for students and anyone with a valid Goucher OneCard.

Unless otherwise noted, all performances will be in the Mildred Dunnock Theatre in the Meyerhoff Arts Center.

To reserve tickets for shows in our current semester, please contact the Mildred Dunnock Box Office at 410.337.6512 or click here.