"For me and our team, Boys' Life is a play about the definition of manhood, about the pressures faced by boys playing at man-ness and ultimately about how much men need places to be really seen for who they are: vulnerable, proud, competitive, strong, and funny,” states Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton, who directs a cast of talented undergraduates in our final main stage show of the season.
We look forward to wrapping up another year of productions, academic work, experimentation, and growth. Thank you for being a part of the UW Drama community. We'll see you at the theatre!
Upcoming Events and Performances
Boys' Life—featuring undergraduate actors
May 27–June 7
UTS Presents: On the Verge
May 28–June 7
STORIES FROM CHINATOWN: a living theater project
Featuring graduating designers from UW Drama, Cornish College of the Arts, and Seattle University
Save the date for June 8
More details coming!
Banner Photo Credit: Denny Le, Nathan Wornian, and Tim Moore in Howard Korder's "Boys' Life." Photo by Mike Hipple.