The New Works Festival is a long standing UTS tradition of undergraduate written work. The Festival highlights not only workshopping new scripts, but putting new work on its feet, and giving undergrads opportunities they can't find elsewhere. All three plays featured will have been written by, directed by, and performed by undergraduates in our community.
The show should last approximately 90 minutes, and is completely free! No ticket sales - just show up. Donations will be accepted at the door.
Sonata for a Rainy Day by Brian Dang
John can’t get out of bed. His mom’s boyfriend is working at home today. John seeks a relationship with some parental figure, with his mom always running away to her photography job.
Et Tu by Marisa Yamasaki
A musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The senators of Rome are nervous Caesar wants to become king. In order to keep their power, the senators plot to kill their long time friend, through poetry and song.
Truth or Dare by Anaïs Gralpois
A girl dies at boarding school. An investigator comes around to interrogate all of her friends, and frienemies. Secrets reveal more secrets as Detective Oliver attempts to crack this case.
The Cabaret Theater is a black box theater located in Hutchinson Hall, the University's drama building. You can find Hutchinson's location on a campus map.
Enter the building through the main double doors and the Cabaret Theater will be on your right, up a short flight of stairs.
UTS TICKET POLICY
Because late entrances and seating can be disruptive to both actors and audience members, doors will be locked promptly at 7:30 PM. Please plan ahead and give yourself ample time for travel, parking, and other necessary allowances.
The Cabaret Theater is wheelchair accessible. ASL interpreters and CART/RTC can be provided upon request if it is made earlier than 10-14 days prior to the desired performance.