Based on Virginia Woolf’s famous tale and adapted by Sarah Ruhl, Orlando is a beautiful young nobleman goes on a magical and poetic journey between genders and across time. He begins as the favorite of Queen Elizabeth I and wanders through Shakespeare’s London, the Great Frost, and Constantinople. After another love affair goes wrong, he sleeps for seven days, and awakes as a woman. She now must adapt her male demeanor to the expectations of feminine behavior in the changing world -- from Victorian England to the busy department stores of the 20th century.
Nov 20-23, Dec 4-7
All shows 7:30pm
Students FREE w/MavCard
$6 Preview Night Nov 20-21
All other dates $16
ASL Performances Dec 4-5
BOGO UNO Faculty/Staff Dec 5
Walk up to Weber Fine Arts Box Office, 402.554.PLAY or unotheatre.com
Enjoy FREEASY PARKING
Starting 6:30p in Lots G, J, K
All lots and garages on weekends
Jessica Johnson, Sophie Knauss, Shae'Kell Butler, Margaret Dean, Jarin Keyes, Marissa Halfhill, Zach Manning, Madelyn Hubbard, Aaron Sorilla, Cote Werner, Don Vinkenberg.
Directed by Ronald J. Zank. Costume and Scenic Design by Valerie St. Pierre Smith. Lighting Design by Steven L. Williams. Sound Design by Brendan Greene-Walsh.
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