• March 3 - March 12 Claire Trevor Theatre
    In this modern day five-door farce, the overarching theme is to find, express, and celebrate your true calling in life. The action takes place in a renovated hotel, The Hotelman Arms, in Chicago, where the motto is, “No privacy is the new privacy.” The...
  • March 5 - March 13 Robert Cohen Theatre
    The first of Anton Chekhov’s realistic plays, The Seagull is a 4 act, slice of life drama filled with comedic irony about artists navigating through life. The play deals with the human condition and the conflict between ourselves and others. Come along...
  • April 23 - May 1 Robert Cohen Theatre
    This cynical romantic comedy takes place within the confines of a clinical drug trial. Tristan and Connie meet while undergoing the anti-depressant trial and become quick friends and then more. The question is: how can they know if they’re feelings are...
  • May 4 - May 7 Arts Campus
    The Coup de Comedy Festival 2022 is a 4-day comedy celebration for the community, featuring the best of the best comedy performances, panels, workshops, and more for FREE!
  • June 1 - June 5 Claire Trevor Theatre
    This Tony Award-winning, modern classic by James Lapine and legendary composer Stephen Sondheim is easily one of the most popular works of the canon, and rightfully so. Through innovative storytelling, musical sophistication and dark comedy, the ...
  • January 18
    UCI alumni and faculty help reopen live theater on Broadway and national tours.

There can be few subjects as broad, or as fundamental to human civilization, as those of Drama and Theatre. While Drama is rightfully considered an entertainment, it is an entertainment that begins with the greatest literature ever written – from the classics of Euripides, Shakespeare and Molière to modern Americans like Tennessee Williams, August Wilson and David Henry Hwang – as presented in the most sophisticated performance techniques from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas they have developed over three thousand years. And Theatre – the practice of Drama – is a hands-on collaboration that involves real-time interactions with other artists, and displaying the results of your work to real-life audiences.

No front page content has been created yet.