Gabrielle Harman reviews Clarence Brown Theatre’s production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” which runs until Oct. 16.
With the help of English professor, Misty Anderson, “Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play” made its journey from London’s West End to the Clarence Brown Theatre. The show will finish its run on Sunday, Nov. 15.
UT’s play adaptation of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” saw a successful opening weekend and extra shows had to be added due to popular demand. Now, the play will run until Oct. 18.
Patrick Barlow’s award-winning play adaptation of John Buchan’s novel and Alfred Hitchcock’s film “The 39 Steps” was brought to life on Friday, Sept. 11 on the Clarence Brown main stage.
Adam Tindall had the opportunity to watch the play on opening night and he really enjoyed it. The cast were able to deliver the Shakespearean comedy extraordinarily and had the audience laughing at multiple scenes. Check out the rest of Adam’s review here.
William Shakespeare’s comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be playing at the Clarence Brown Theater from Feb. 20 to March 8.