Montclair State University’s
Department of Theatre and Dance presents a diverse new season that runs from
September through May and includes new dramatic works, unique musical theater
projects, and three dance performances. All tickets to events are $15 unless
otherwise noted. Below is just a sampling of this exciting new season.
A Man of No Importance
Join an amateur group of actors determined to stage Oscar Wilde’s controversial play Salome at their local church in this charming musical. In the process of fighting for the play, the director, Alfie Byrne, is forced to confront his own sexuality.
Astonishing in its breadth, Arcadia travels seamlessly between 1809 and the present embracing elements of haunting romantic tragedy, suspenseful mystery, and hilarious sex farce. Tom Stoppard’s dazzling comic masterpiece is among the most intelligent and poignantly human plays of our time.
As You Like It
“All the world’s a stage” in Shakespeare’s rollicking comedy as Rosalind flees persecution in her uncle’s court only to find love in the Forest of Arden. Don’t miss this sweet and poignant romantic comedy.
This performance of Montclair State dance majors will feature works by celebrated choreographer Doug Elkins as well a work by the renowned choreographer, Robert Battle. Also featured will be Pearl Primus’ Bushache Etude, created in 1949.
For more information about these performances or to order tickets, please call the box office at 973-655-5112 or on the Web at www.peakperfs.org.
Contact:Alfred R. Fredel,
Media and Marketing Director
Peak Performances @ Montclair