Spring 2019 theater productions:

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Kreft Center Black Box Theater
Public performances:
February 8, 9, 15, 16 at 8:00PM
February 10, 17 at 2:00PM
Tickets: $10 ($8 students and seniors)
High School Matinees:
February 8 and February 11-15  at 10AM.
Tickets: $6

Shakespeare’s Hamlet, perhaps the most psychologically complex play ever written, follows the young prince from being “the expectancy and rose of the fair state” to his ultimate destruction.
Sponsored by the Kreft Arts Program in conjunction with The Experimental Performing Arts Association, and supported by grants from the Buhr Foundation and the Jensen Foundation, this professional two hour contemporary dress production is coming to CUAA February 8-17, 2019.  The 12 performances include six matinees for high schools and six public performances over two weekends.

Little Women, the Musical

Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, Book by Allan Knee, Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein and  Music by Jason Howland
April 11, 12, 13 at 8:00PM & April 14 at 2:00PM
Kreft Center Black Box Theater
Tickets: $14 ($8 students and seniors)

Following the March family’s struggles and triumphs during the American Civil War, the show demonstrates the importance of positive friend and family relationships, and examines how time and events can change a family, but need not shake it. Full of song, spectacle and humor that take us on a journey of the loves that make living worthwhile.

The Kreft Black Box Theater

This theater is a 60’x60’ flexible performance space that hosts two theater productions, multiple concerts, guest speakers, receptions, and other activities every year.

Theater features

  • A sounds control system that features a 80+ channel Allen and Heath digital mixer and snake
  • Support and communications equipment capable of producing musicals
  • Lighting equipment that includes a Leprechaun light board, complete catwalk access, ninety-six circuits, and a variety of special effects
  • Scene shop offering storage, construction, and painting facilities to create fully-realized scenic environments
  • Costume and properties labs containing pieces of period and contemporary stock, including those for the annual Boar’s Head Festival
  • Male and female dressing rooms

For more information, check out our Theater Department or contact Director of Theater, Gerard Dzuiblinski, at gerard.dzuiblinski@cuaa.edu.

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