Wednesday, May 22, 2013

2013-2014 Theatre Season at Southwestern University

Southwestern University Sarofim Georgetown TX
(Southwestern University, 1001 E. University Blvd, Georgetown)

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The Laramie Project (tickets)

September 25-29, 2013

The chronicles of how the town of Laramie, Wyoming, comes to grips with the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming. (For mature audiences)

The film opened at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002 and was nominated for 4 Emmys.

Tartuffe (tickets)

November 15-17 & 21-24, 2013

Tartuffe is a self-righteous, mischievous, religious conman, who wins the confidence of wealthy but gullible Orgon. Tartuffe uses his influence over Orgon to infiltrate his household. Will Orgon realize the truth before it’s too late or will Tartuffe ruin them all?

A hilarious and delightful masterpiece by Moliere.


Gypsy (tickets)

March 26-30, 2014

The story of Rose, the original ruthless stage mother, who dreams of stardom for her youngest daughter June. When those dreams are dashed, Rose redirects her ambitions on her less talented daughter Louise, who becomes the famous 1930’s striptease artist, Gypsy Rose Lee!

Recognized as the greatest American musical of all time. The original production received 8 Tony Award nominations.



Bent (tickets)

April 10-13, 2014

Max and Rudy, two gay men in 1930's Berlin, are caught in a scandal that exposes their relationship.They desperately attempt to flee Berlin, but are caught and sent to a concentration camp. Max lies to the guards and tells them he is Jewish, believing he will receive better treatment. In a time of terror, love and hope are found. (For mature audiences)

Bent was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award in 1980.

“Powerful and Provocative” – New York Times


Dance Repertory Theatre (tickets)

April 24-25, 2014

Featuring the work of the Southwestern Dance program and its gifted choreographers. This production celebrates the enduring power of movement in visual and kinetic revelry. Experience a mosaic of vivid and imaginative dance works in varied styles.

Southwestern University, Sarofim School of Fine Arts

1001 E. University Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78626 | (512) 863-1504

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