Photo from 2014-2014 Dept. of Theatre production

2015 - 2016 Productions

Low Hanging Fruit
by Robin Bradford

Directed by Anne Berkeley
Sept. 24-27 & Oct. 1-4

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'Tis Pity She's A Whore
by John Ford

Directed by Christopher Marino
Nov. 12-15 & 19-22

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The Burial at Thebes
A version of Sophocles' Antigone
by Seamus Heaney

Directed by Paul Castagno
Feb. 18-21 & Feb. 25 - 28

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Student Lab/Terry Rogers Award

The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide
by Sean Graney

Directed by Mackenzie Raine Kirkman
Mar. 31-Apr. 3

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Mad Forest
by Caryl Churchill

Directed by Ed Wagenseller
Apr. 14-17 & 21-24


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The Star News praises a "thoughtful" Mad Forest

The Star News previews Mad Forest

**REVISED***Auditions for first show of 2016-2017 season, Punk Rock, announced

WECT News previews Mad Forest

ETEAL applied learning award to Professor Castagno funds his THR 321 Theatre History Class's April 5 exploration into the archives at the Folger Shakespearian Library in Washington DC.
Picture of Dr. Castagno and Students taken in the Folger Theatre.

The Star News previews The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide

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John Staton's dimensional review of The Burial at Thebes praises UNCW students' acting and designers' choices.

Paul Castagno discusses The Burial at Thebes at WHQR's Midday Interview.

The Star News commends solid acting in Grimes' Death of a Salesman.

UNCW Faculty Members, Alumna Win at the Wilmington Theater Awards

Christopher Marino directs Trap Door Theatre's The Duchess of Malfi

Charles Grimes' academic journal, METHODS, is published by Pace University Press

Marshall Botnivick publishes Staging Ben

Theatre faculty, staff, students and alumni honored with nominations for the 2015 Wilmington Theatre Awards

Julian Sands speaks to theatre students about life as an actor.

Dr. Paul Castagno will be published in Theatre Forum's June issue

Professor Robin Post brings Shakespeare and Autism to UNCW

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