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NOTICE: All Fine & Performing Arts events have been canceled due to restrictions on public gatherings imposed by New York State and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Productions: Mainstage

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Spring 2021

Department of Theatre Arts
Romeo and Juliet

By William Shakespeare | Translated by Hansol Jung | Directed by Brittany Proia

Part of the Play On! Shakespeare project created by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, this is a modern language version of the classic Shakespearean story about two star-crossed lovers.

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No in-person attendance

Live stream only

No on-demand access

*Post-show talkback

**Pre-show panel at 1 p.m.

Date
Time
Location

Saturday, April 17, 2021*

Sunday, April 18, 2021**

7 p.m.

2 p.m.

Virtual

Virtual

Department of Theatre Arts
Eat and You Belong to Us

By MJ Kaufman
Directed by Catherine Doherty
Performed with permission of Agency for the Performing Arts and MJ Kaufman 

Grands is a trans grandparent. Jaime is their genderqueer grandchild. They are both obsessed with Joan of Arc. Grands wakes up from gender affirmative surgery speaking French and claiming they survived a fire. The same day, Jaime, who has been pretending to be Joan of Arc for weeks, goes missing.

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This is the rescheduled performance of Eat and You Belong to Us, originally scheduled for Nov. 21 and 22, 2020.

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No in-person attendance

Live stream only

No on-demand access

Date
Time
Location

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Saturday, April 25, 2021

7 p.m.

2 p.m.

Virtual

Virtual

Keep an eye out for two additional spring readings!

About

The Mainstage Productions are to provide performance, design, technical, stage management and dramaturgical experiences with a theatrical exploration of the human condition in live theatre production. The department is committed to a variety of genres which reflects global diversity as well as the full diversity of the SUNY New Paltz Community.

To that end, the student of theatre will experience dramatic literature and production which would encompass an examination of issues which will include cultural, socio-economic, gender, sexual identity, political, religious or ability diversity.

The Department of Theatre Arts is committed to casting that authentically reflects the ethnicity and diversity of the department as well as the New Paltz community at large.

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