Dawson Professional Theatre announces 2018-19 season


MONTREAL, June 22nd, 2018. The Dawson College Professional Theatre Program is delighted to announce its 2018-2019 season of seven plays: three “Majors”, featuring the talents of the graduating third-year students, and four “Studios”, performed by the department’s second-year students.

FALL SEMESTER

Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale
Directed by Barbara Kelly
(First Studio, Year Two, Group One)
– Wednesday September 19th to Saturday September 22nd at 8pm

Picturesque: Voices from Beaver Hall: Sixteen short plays by thirteen Montreal writers celebrating the artists of Beaver Hall, conceived by Colleen Curran
Directed by Jude Beny
(Second Studio, Year Two, Group Two)
– Wednesday October 3rd to Saturday October 6th at 8pm

The Taming (Shaming?) Of The Shrew (True?) by William Shakespeare
Directed by Carolyn Guillet
(First Major)
Previews at 7:30 pm Monday and Tuesday November 12th and 13th
– Opening at 8pm Wednesday November 14th
– Playing at 8pm November 14th to 17th and November 22nd to 24th
– Matinées at 12:30pm on Wednesday November 14th, Friday November 16th, and Thursday November 22nd

WINTER SEMESTER

Attempts On Her Life by Martin Crimp
Directed by Matt Enos
(Second Major)
– Previews at 7:30 pm Monday and Tuesday January 28th and 29th
– Opening at 8pm Wednesday January 30th
– Playing at 8pm January 30th to February 2nd, and February 7th to 9th
– Matinées at 12:30pm on Wednesday January 30th, Friday February 1st and Thursday, February 7th

Picnic by William Inge
Directed by Winston Sutton
(Third Studio, Year Two, Group Two)
– Wednesday March 6th to Saturday March 9th at 8pm

Fever by Wallace Shawn
Directed by Stefanie L. Buxton
(Fourth Studio, Year Two, Group One)
– Wednesday March 13th to Saturday March 16th at 8pm

Welcome To Thebes, by Moira Buffini
Directed by Michael E. Hughes
(Third Major)
– Previews at 7:30 Tuesday and Wednesday April 23rd and 24th
– Opening at 8pm Thursday, April 25th
– Playing at 8pm April 25th to 27th and May 2nd to 4th

* SUBJECT TO CHANGE

All shows are presented at the Dawson Theatre. For more information, visit https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/professional-theatre/.

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