Our season, entitled The Personal and The Political has, ironically, grown both more personal and political in the last few months. Rather than be constricted by the choices made pre-pandemic, we are embracing what can only be called a fluid season, one that is continuing to evolve based not only on the world around us, but the community within the Maedgen. In an effort truly to respond to our reactions to current events, we have already abandoned some titles, chosen new ones, deconstructed others, and are consistently shifting the means by which we rehearse and share them.
Every personal decision has a political repercussion.
The works you will see this season navigate the muddy waters of the political world in which we live, even more so impacted by our personal journeys. What better way to make sense of the world in which we live than embracing art that explores the consequences of our choices while simultaneously reflecting upon our shared humanity?
This season, we hope you will join us virtually to experience the innovations and creativity of our students and faculty. We promise a season full of surprises, one like no other in the history of our program.
ABOUT 2020-2021 PERFORMANCES
Unless otherwise noted, all performances for the 2020-2021 season will be hosted virtually on Zoom Webinar and viewable on a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device.
For the 2020-2021 season, tickets will be Zoom links and issued by email after purchase to the address on the ticket order. The Zoom link provides access to the performance on one device only. Patrons who wish to view the same performance on a second device, will need to purchase an additional "ticket" in a separate transaction using a different email address. Every Zoom link is unique and corresponds the email address on the ticket order. There is a limit of 1 ticket to each performance per ticket order.
If you have any questions, contact the Maedgen Theatre Box Office by email or phone (806-742-3603) to leave a voicemail message. Email is recommended as the box office is not operating under normal business hours for the remainder of the 2020 fall semester.