Experimental Theater, Theater Arts Center (UCSC)
Student director Rosie Glen-Lambert and a team of
student actors and designers stage this controversial play, written in
1891 and first performed in 1906. The play follows the lives of three
adolescents and criticizes the sexually-oppressive culture of
19th-century Germany around teenage desire, suicide, abortion, and
homosexuality. Translation by Jonathan Franzen.
Note: this is not the musical version. The play contains adult themes and is not recommended for young audiences.
Friday-Sunday, Feb. 21-22-23 &
Thursday-Sunday, Feb. 27 - Mar. 2
7:30pm (Sundays at 3:00pm)
Talk-backs: Audiences are invited to 2 post-show conversations after both Saturday performances.
$12 general admission
$11 seniors (62+)
$11 students w/ ID
UCSC undergrads w/ valid UCSC ID get 1 ticket free
UCSC faculty, staff and Alumni Assoc. members w/ valid ID get up to 2 tickets at the student price.
Seating is not reserved.
Tickets at santacruztickets.com, the UCSC Ticket Office, and the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium box office.
Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.