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Aulis: an act of nihilism in one long act
By Christopher Chen
Directed by Mina Morita
March 6-15, 2015
Zellerbach Playhouse
Tickets: $13 - $20

Life’s a Beach. Then You Die.

TDPS alumnus and Glickman Prize winner for The Hundred Flowers Project returns to UC Berkeley with a bold new play! In this humorous, absurdist take on Euripides, King Agamemnon faces a heart-wrenching choice: Sacrifice his beloved only daughter to the gods, or condemn the entire Greek army to defeat before ever reaching Troy.


Open Lab (Title TBA)
Written and Directed by Juan Manuel Mendonza 
April 2-4, 2015
Durham Studio Theater
Tickets: $10-15

Undergraduate Juan Manuel Mendoza examines identity and belonging through the personal stories we would share…if only we had the chance to speak up. Mendoza leads a cast of students in breaking their silence about gender, sexuality, class, race and ability by performing a piece based on stories from their lives.


Berkeley Dance Project 2015: Aloft
Choreography by Jo Kreiter, Ann Carlson, and Lisa Wymore
Directed by Lisa Wymore
April 16-25, 2015
Zellerbach Playhouse
Tickets: $13 - $20 

Three acclaimed choreographers. Two weekends. One moving performance.

TDPS presents a night of three very distinct styles of dance: Jo Kreiter will lead students in her award-winning style of aerial dance, combining devised dance skillful maneuvers on a semi-elevated apparatus. Ann Carlson will re-stage “Flag,” her 1990 canonical piece asking the performers to engage in highly physical and emotional actions exploring the role of the body in the performance of nationhood. And TDPS Professor Lisa Wymore will create a work based on the theories of Berkeley Nobel Laureate in Physics Saul Perlmutter, with music performed live by graduate students from the Center for New Music and Audio Technology.


Lab Run 2015
April 30-May 2, 2015
Zellerbach Room 7
Tickets: $10-15

Graduate students in our Ph.D. Program in Performance Studies take the stage for a night of experimentation. Their bold new works have in past years been poetic, confessional, and even environmental. Come see what the next generation of performance scholars have in store!


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