A play opening soon at the University Theatre explores a topic that’s become ever-more relevant in recent years: death. Written by Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Everybody offers opportunity for community members to mourn, laugh at, and reflect on the show’s absurdity and tragedy. With quick, offbeat humor and contemporary dialogue, the play shines a spotlight on that terrifying, illusive question: what would you do if Death called? Everybody is a contemporary, experimental adaptation of the classic morality play Everyman.
A play opening soon at the University Theatre explores a topic that’s become ever-more relevant in recent years: death.
The University Dance Company Fall Concert explores love, community, and self-discovery through professionally choreographed works in ballet, hip hop, and contemporary dance at Murphy Hall Nov. 11-13.
This October, fans of the performing arts can escape into a breezy, lighthearted play produced by the University Theatre within KU’s Department of Theatre & Dance.
The Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Kansas announces its 2022-23 season, which offers lightness, love, and plenty of action.
The University of Kansas Department of Theatre & Dance presents the University Dance Company’s repertory concert featuring original works by KU faculty members Ashley Brittingham, Tristian Griffin, and Maya Tillman-Rayton, as well as guest alumna Ashley Ebner.
The Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Kansas offers escapism, comedy, music, dance and poignant drama in its 2021-2022 season.
The University of Kansas Department of Theatre & Dance recognized 65 students as recipients of its year-end awards and scholarships, totaling over $175,000 in financial support.
The University Dance Company presents its Spring Concert, highlighting information overload and the many stimuli we experience as we move physically and virtually through the world – one weekend only, April 9-11.* Access is free.