In line with guidance from Baylor University’s leadership, Baylor Theatre has cancelled all performances and public events through the end of the semester to help prevent the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus.
We are making arrangements to process refunds for those who have already purchased tickets to cancelled performances. More information will be forthcoming about that.
While we at Baylor Theatre feel a deep and profound sense of loss over fully-realized design projects that will not be completed and performances that will not be seen, keeping you -- our audience -- and our students, faculty, and staff safe is our priority.
Thank you for your patience, grace, and understanding during this unusual time.
Kato, Kawakami, and their co-workers are looking at their looming thirties and wondering what happened to their hopes, dreams and ambitions. Trapped in a dead end job in a manga café, they go about their lives as normal…until SHE shows up and everything changes.
From Okada Toshiki, one of Japan’s most noted contemporary playwrights, comes this dark comedy about love, work, and adulting.
Play by Toshiki Okada
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by David Jortner
March 26-28 at 7:30pm
March 29 at 2pm
Enjoy is presented as a part of Baylor's Spotlight: Japan 2020, a week of cultural, artistic, and educational events celebrating the history and culture of Japan.
Noel Coward’s hit 1925 comedy has been described as a cross between high farce and comedy of manners.
All four members of the eccentric Bliss family have separately invited mismatched guests to their country house for the weekend — without telling each other or their hapless maid! The resulting comedic chaos has delighted audiences for nearly a hundred years.
Play by Noël Coward
Directed by Steven Pounders
April 28 - May 2 at 7:30pm
May 2 & 3 at 2pm
Join us at the end of each semester for our musical revue performances featuring students from our Musical Theatre Workshop: December 13-14 and May 8-9.
Enter the magical world of this Tony-winning musical masterpiece that revels in the anarchy of childhood and the power of the imagination. Packed with high-energy dance numbers and catchy songs, Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical tells the story of an extraordinary girl with a vivid imagination, who dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Matilda is sure to thrill and delight audiences of all ages.
Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin
Book by Dennis Kelly
Directed by Lisa Denman
October 2-5 at 7:30pm
October 6 at 2pm
October 9-11 at 7:30pm
Homecoming Performance: October 12 at 8pm
Special ticket price available through the box office only -- call or stop by
October 13 at 2pm
When Antigone refuses to accept a law that leaves her dead brother humiliated and unburied, King Creon is forced to decide whether individual conscience or unquestioned authority will rule.
In this modern take on Sophocles’ epic tale, one young woman will defy an empire – whatever the cost.
Play by Sophocles
Translated by Don Taylor
Directed by Marion Castleberry and John-Michael Marrs
November 7-9 at 7:30pm
November 10 at 2pm
Jean and Berenger meet for a chat in a quaint café, when the beautiful Ms. Daisy enters, upsetting bashful Berenger’s nerves. Suddenly the streets begin to rumble! Why are people running? What’s that trumpeting sound? Is that really a pachyderm? As rhinoceroses race through town, the citizens have their friendships, loyalties, and identities tested. Take a romp on the wild side with this outrageous and thought-provoking fable about herd mentality and being comfortable in your own skin.
Play by Eugene Ionesco
Translated by Derek Prouse
Directed by Chad Kennedy
December 3-7 at 7:30pm
December 7 & 8 at 2pm
Yerma’s greatest desire is to conceive the child who visits her dreams. After years of marriage, her increasing urgency to become pregnant drives her to pursue magic and holy intervention. From Federico Garcia Lorca, Spain’s most celebrated poet and playwright, Yerma’s tragic journey is told through the Gypsy music and Granadino rhythms of Andalusia.
Play by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated by Michael Dewell and Carmen Zapata
Directed by Valerie Williams
February 18-22 at 7:30pm
February 22 & 23 at 2pm