Annie Get Your Gun - Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin; Original Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields As revised by Peter Stone;Directed by Lisa Denman
Long considered Irving Berlin's greatest theatrical achievement, this Tony award winning musical is a sure-fire crows pleaser. Updated for the 1999 Broadway revival, this love story of sharpshooters Annie Oakley and Frank Butler is vividely brought to life by Buffalo Bill in a Wild West show-within-a-show that's fun for all ages. Come join us for a rip roarin' celebration of one of the great American love stories!
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard Directed by Martin Holden Drawing upon the familiar story of Shakespeare's Hamlet, this play offers a slightly skewed and at times hilarious perspective on human existence and the meaning of life.
The Importance of Being Earnestby Oscar Wilde Directed by Steven Pounders When two young society men of Victorian England adopt the same name as their alter-ego, the result is comic mayhem for themselves, their two young ladies, and cast of ridiculous characters including Lady Bracknell, perhaps the most formidable and hilarious snob of the English stage. Brimming with wit and style, The Importance of Being Earnest is a comic masterpiece; Oscar Wilde's most popular play.
The Baylor University School of Music and the Central Texas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will present a week-long Pipe Organ Encounter beginning on Sunday, June 11, and continuing through Saturday, June 17.
In March, 2006, Baylor University and the Ensemble Studio Theatre presented the first New York revival of Baylor's Visiting Distinguished Dramatist Horton Foote's, THE TRAVELING LADY, directed by Dr. Marion Castleberry with Dr. Stan Denman in the cast. In May, 2006, the production received a nomination for the distinguished Drama Desk Award