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I of Music
Looking for something fun to do?
for an evening where the atmosphere o e join us
but the performances are highPowered Trelaxed
School of Music has some of the best talent in
the nation, and you can see it for only $6.nSo
grab a friend and check us out n $ So
Oh Coward!
Words and music by Noel Coward
Oh Coward! is a collection of the wickedly funny songs and
scenes that have made No8l Coward one of the most celebrated
theatrical wizards of this century, an Andrew Lloyd Webber
and Neil Simon all rolled into one genius. If your taste is elegant
but witty, polite but cutting, then join us for some of the best
British comedy ever.
October 12-14 at 8 PM, October 15 at 2 PM
Mendelssohn Theatre - Musical Theatre Program
Wuthering Heights
by Emily Bronte" adapted by Michael Napier Brown
It's love, British-style. Here's the story: Heathcliff loves Cathy,
and Cathy loves Heathcliff, yet she marries Edgar. Heathcliff
gets even by marrying Edgar's sister. Things really get ugly
when Cathy's kid and Heathcliff's kid also fall in love, but they're
cousins! Stay tuned ...
October 19-21 at 8 PM, October 22 at 2 PM
Power Center - Dept. of Theatre & Drama
I Am A Man by OyamO
You probably know that Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot dur-
ing a trip to Memphis, but do you know why he was there?
This historically based play tells of the events that brought Dr.
King to the city where he met his untimely death. Written by
U-M professor Charles "OyamO" Gordon, I Am A Man has
been optioned by HBO.
November 9-11, 16-18 at 8 PM, November 12, 19 at 2 PM
Trueblood Theatre - Dept. of Theatre & Drama
A Midsummer Night's Dream
composed by Benjamin Britten
You may be familiar with the play, but have you heard the op-
era? Now you can see (and hear) the story unfold right before
your eyes in this contemporary, push-the-envelope production.
Sticking close to the original text, this opera is based on
Shakespeare's story of Oberon, Titania and the strange things
we do for love.
November 16-18 at 8 PM, November 19 at 2 PM
Power Center - School of Music Opera Theatre
Twelfth Night TO Main St,
by William Shakespeare
Before heading home for the Twelve Days of
Christmas, spend a "Night" with us. Shakespeare's
comic tale of separated twins, disguises and mistaken P
identities will leave your sides aching from more than
overeating at Thanksgiving.
November 30-December 2 at 8 PM,
December 3 at 2 PM
Mendelssohn Theatre
Dept. of Theatre & Drama

1995-96 Season
Carmina Burana
faculty choreographers - music by Carl Orff
Carmina Buramna is a colorful collection of love lyrics, nature
poems, and yes, drinking songs written by vagrant scholars
and vagabond poets of the 13th century. They had a great
time back then, and you will too at this evening of vivid modern
dance. Come see what got those 13th century scholars so roused
up with this powerful masterpiece.
February 8-10 at 8 PM, February 11 at 2 PM
Power Center - University Dance Company
The Male Animal
by James Thurber & Elliott Nugent
He brought you "Gilligan's Island." He brought you "The Brady
Bunch." Now guest director and UM alum Hal Cooper brings
you The Male Animal, the comical story of a Michigan football
weekend at a midwest university.
February 22-24 at 8 PM, February 25 at 2 PM
Mendelssohn Theatre - Dept. of Theatre & Drama
Spring Opera
(to be announced)
Our spring opera will be announced in early October, but don't
put off buying y ur tickets. These performances regularly sell
out.
March 28-30 at 8 PM, March 31 at 2 PM
Mendelssohn Theatre- School of Music Opera Theatre
The Tooth of Crime
by Sam Shepard
If you liked "Pulp Fiction," you'll love The Tooth of Crime.
Written in the early 1970's, this hard-hitting drama with music
is an imaginative and surreal story about change, renewal, and
the cost of freedom-using rock and roll as the defining edge.
April 4-6, 11-13 at 8 PM, April 7, 14 at 2 PM
Trueblood Theatre - Dept. of Theatre & Drama
Grand Hotel - The Musical
by Wright, Forrest, Yeston and Davis
It s like The Love Boat," except that all the action is in a hotel,
and the singing and dancing are much, much better. The guest
list includes an aging ballerina, a penniless Baron, a failing
business executive and a starlet secretary. See how their lives
intertwine at the world's most luxurious overnight accommoda-
tions.
April 18-20 at 8 PM, April 21 at 2 PM
Power Center - Musical Theatre Program

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