360 (Round Dance)
by Steven Dietz
based on the 1900 play Reigen by Arthur Schnitzler
drected by Courtney Sale
presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre, Winship Drama Building, near 23rd and San Jacinto (click for map)
November 11 - 13, 16 - 18, 20 weekdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.
This production includes mature content.
Over a century ago, Arthur Schnitzler’s play Reigen ignited conversation, prompting both public outrage and support. Steven Dietz’s adaptation of Schnitzler’s story continues to hold today’s audience rapt as the narrative intertwines pairs of lovers and their encounters.
Steven Dietz is one of the most produced playwrights in America, recently placing eighth on the list of the Top Ten Most Produced Playwrights in America. Current and upcoming productions of Dietz’s work include: Fiction (ZACH Theatre) Jackie and Me (Chicago Children’s Theatre and Seattle Children’s Theatre); Yankee Tavern (Tennessee Repertory Theatre and Stages Repertory Theatre); Becky’s New Car (ZACH Theatre, Baynan Theater Company and Theatre Aspen) and Go, Dog, Go!, adapted by Dietz and Allison Gregory (Seattle Children’s Theatre).
360 (round dance) is presented as part of the Oscar G. Brockett Theatre Season, which offers an intimate setting showcasing the student talent from the Department of Theatre and Dance.