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Theatrical Performance Schedule


Due to COVID-19 regulations, theatre productions are only open to the WWU community until further notice.

Oct. 1 - 3

7:30 p.m.


Oct. 3

2 p.m.

An Enemy of the People

By Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Tom Isbel

Which is more important: public health or economic stability? In a modern adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, a town must decide between cleaning up its contaminated spa and risk losing jobs or keeping its central industry open and continuing to make people sick. When the spa’s medical officer goes toe-totoe with the town’s mayor, he is declared an enemy of the people.

General admission: $8. Tickets must be purchased prior to event.
Cutlip Auditorium, McNutt Campus Center

Parental guidance recommended.

Nov. 19 - 21

7:30 p.m.


Nov. 21

2 p.m.

Goldilocks on Trial

By Ed Monk

Goldilocks is on trial for breaking and entering. Will she be found guilty and sent to prison, or will the truth come out? It’s up to Judge Wallabee and some very silly jurors to decide, after hearing testimony from Goldee, the bickering Three Bears, and surprise witness Merwin the Big Bad Wolf among others.

General admission: $8. Tickets must be purchased prior to event.
Cutlip Auditorium, McNutt Campus Center

Audience of All Ages.

Feb. 25 - 27

7:30 p.m.


Feb. 27

2 p.m.

The Night Witches: Warrior Women of WWII

By Rachel Bublitz

The Night Witches, of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment, flew in planes made of canvas and wood, and were constantly being shuffled and moved to perform new duties; mechanics would become navigators, navigators would become pilots, and pilots would become commanders. Nina and Vera have just finished their training as navigators and are moments away from their first combat mission. Using movement and lyrically styled dialogue we follow these brave women through one fateful evening during the war.

General admission: $8. Tickets must be purchased prior to event.
Cutlip Auditorium, McNutt Campus Center

Audience of All Ages.

Apr. 15 - 17

7:30 p.m.


Apr. 17

2 p.m.

The Bard of Avon

By William Shakespeare, Compiled by Erik Hillskemper & Joe Potter

The Bard is back in town and has a lot to say. Enjoy a performance of scenes, soliloquies, and sonnets from the Bard compiled by Erik Hillskemper & Joe Potter.

General admission: $8. Tickets must be purchased prior to event.
Cutlip Auditorium, McNutt Campus Center

Audience of All Ages.