Current Season

Unless noted, all performances are Friday-Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:30pm


Illyria

Book, Music & Lyrics by: Peter Mills
Adapted by: Peter Mills and Cara Reichel

From Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"

Runs October 17-26, 2014
Studio Theatre

Based on Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, the musical Illyriatells the story of a brother and sister (twins) that are separated when the ship they are travelling on wrecks during a heavy storm. Viola, the sister, dresses as a man named Cesario and begins work in Duke Orsino’s household. The Duke uses ‘Cesario’ as an intermediary for his love interest Olivia, who promptly falls in love with ‘Cesario’, while Viola (Cesario) falls in love with Orsino. This hilarious cross-dressing, mistaken identity, Shakespearean comedy is updated with contemporary language and music, making it an easily accessible show for both classic lovers and modern theatre-goers. 

Space is extremely limited, so reservations are highly recommended. Due to the layout of the seating, latecomers will not be admitted until intermission.

Ticket prices: Adults: $16; Senior Citizens/Active Military: $12; Non-UWF Students/UWF Faculty/UWF Staff: $10; Youth: $5; UWF Students with valid Nautilus card: Free


Psycho Beach Party

By Charles Busch

Runs November 14-23, 2014
Studio Theatre

Part Gidget, part Three Faces of Eve, with a little bit ofMommie Dearest thrown in for good measure, Psycho Beach Party is a play by Charles Busch that follows Chicklet. Chicklet is a teenage tomboy who desperately wants to be a part of the Malibu Beach surfer society. Unfortunately she has one major issue, multiple personalities. But when a group of grizzly murders occur, it turns out Chicklet isn't the only person with secrets in town. Psycho Beach Party is a fun, campy, no holds barred comedy. 

Space is extremely limited, so reservations are highly recommended. Due to the layout of the seating, latecomers will not be admitted.

Ticket prices: Adults: $16; Senior Citizens/Active Military: $12; Non-UWF Students/UWF Faculty/UWF Staff: $10; Youth: $5; UWF Students with valid Nautilus card: Free


A Christmas Carol

By Charles Dickens, Adapted by Don Toner & Ellsworth Shave

Runs December 5-14, 2014
Mainstage Theatre

The Eighth Anniversary of A Christmas Carol brings a brand new adaptation. The story hasn't changed, we join Scrooge, an old and bitter miser, as he is visited by four ghosts on Christmas Eve, each teaching him the importance of kindness and compassion.  

Ticket prices: Adults: $16; Senior Citizens/Active Military: $12; Non-UWF Students/UWF Faculty/UWF Staff: $10; Youth: $5; UWF Students with valid Nautilus card: Free


The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Book, Music & Lyrics by Rupert Holmes
Based on the unfinished book by Charles Dickens

Runs February 20-March 1, 2015
Mainstage Theatre

This musical "whodunnit" based on the unfinished book by Charles Dickens leaves it up to the audience to determine who committed the crime. The story, set in Cloisterham, focuses on the dashing, yet villainous choirmaster John Jasper. Jasper is in love with Rosa Bud, his pupil and his nephew Edwin Drood’s fiancée. Rosa has also caught the eye of Neville Landless, who dislikes Drood. Drood suddenly, and mysteriously, disappears and suspicions point to every character as the investigation commences. Come make sure your voice is heard in determining what really happened.

Ticket prices: Adults: $16; Senior Citizens/Active Military: $12; Non-UWF Students/UWF Faculty/UWF Staff: $10; Youth: $5; UWF Students with valid Nautilus card: Free


Medea

By: Euripedes

Runs April 10-19, 2015
Studio Theatre

The Greek tragedy, written by Euripedes, tells the story who takes revenge on her husband Jason (of Argonaut fame). Finding out that Jason has betrayed her with another woman, Medea takes her murderous revenge out all who she feels have betrayed her. Truly, Hell hath not fury as a woman scorned.

Space is extremely limited, so reservations are highly recommended. Due to seating configuration, latecomers will not be seated until intermission.

Ticket prices: Adults: $16; Senior Citizens/Active Military: $12; Non-UWF Students/UWF Faculty/UWF Staff: $10; Youth: $5; UWF Students with valid Nautilus card: Free