Young Choreographers Showcase - "Encabronada," Choreographed by Lisa Moya (April 2016)
Elephant's Graveyard (Full Length Version), Written by George Brant & Directed by Jeffery Matthews (Feb. & March 2016)
Love and Information, Written by Caryl Churchill & Directed by Andrea Urice (April 2016)
Washington University Dance Theatre: Shadows & Light - "I Remember It Well," Choreographed by David Marchant & Holly Seitz Marchant (Dec. 2015)
Company, Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by George Furth, Originally Produced & Directed on Broadway by Harold Prince, Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, Directed by Annamaria Pileggi (Oct. 2015)

Upcoming Events

August 26, 2016 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
For incoming students & their parents
Ground floor, Mallinckrodt Center
August 26, 2016 - 4:00pm
Required of all new dance students taking non-beginning dance courses
Annelise Mertz Dance Studio (Mallinckrodt 207)
August 27, 2016 - 9:45pm
Not sure how to audition? No worries! Attend this short workshop!
A.E. Hotchner Studio Theatre, 208 Mallinckrodt Center
August 29, 2016 - 5:00pm
A.E. Hotchner Studio Theatre (208 Mallinckrodt Center)
September 1, 2016 to September 2, 2016
No experience necessary!
Location(s) TBA

2016-2017 Colloquium Series

September 16, time TBD
William AcreeAssociate Professor of Spanish, Washington University
Title: "The Best Show in Town, Straight from the Countryside"

October 7 at 4:00pm
Paul Scolieri, Associate Professor of Dance, Barnard College
Title: "Birth of a Dancing Nation: The Life, Writings, and Choreography of Ted Shawn"

November 11 at 4:00pm
KJ Sanchez, Founder & CEO of American Records Theater Company
Title: “Theater That Builds Bridges, Theater That Chronicles Our Time”

February 3 at 4:00pm
Robert Henke, Professor of Drama and Comparative Literature, Washington University
Title: "The Sole of Pantalone: Shakespeare and the Masks of the Commedia Dell'Arte"

March 3 at 4:00pm
David Savran, Distinguished Professor of Theatre & Vera Mowry Roberts Chair in American Theatre, CUNY Graduate Center
Title TBA

April 7 at 4:00pm
Aparna Dharwadker, Professor of English and Interdisciplinary Theatre Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title: "India, Theatre, and the Axes of Modernism"