University Calendar

Dec
2
Sun
UMW Theatre Road Trip: Anything Goes @ Arena Stage Tickets
Dec 2 @ 2:00 pm

Anything Goes music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse &
Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, new book by Timothy Crouse & John Weidman
a musical presented by Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.
Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.
$80 per person, includes transportation and theatre tickets

UMW Theatre is hitting the road again this year! Seeing professional theatre in DC could not be an easier. Simply board the bus at duPont Hall at noon, journey up to the theatre, and on the way there and back enjoy discussions with fellow Road Trippers and our esteemed faculty about the production! Afterwards, we’ll hop back on the bus and journey back to Fredericksburg and continue the discussion. No parking. No driving. No hassles!

Feb
10
Sun
UMW Theatre Road Trip: Twelve Angry Men @ Ford's Theatre Tickets
Feb 10 @ 2:00 pm
UMW Theatre Road Trip: Twelve Angry Men @ Ford's Theatre

Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose
a play presented by Ford’s Theatre, Washington, D.C.
Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
$80 per person, includes transportation and theatre tickets

UMW Theatre is hitting the road again this year! Seeing professional theatre in DC could not be an easier. Simply board the bus at duPont Hall at noon, journey up to the theatre, and on the way there and back enjoy discussions with fellow Road Trippers and our esteemed faculty about the production! Afterwards, we’ll hop back on the bus and journey back to Fredericksburg and continue the discussion. No parking. No driving. No hassles!

Feb
13
Wed
God of Carnage Pay What You Can Preview Performance @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 13 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage Pay What You Can Preview Performance @ Klein Theatre

*This is a Pay What You Can Preview Performance. Patrons pay whatever they wish for each ticket. Tickets available one hour before performance.

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .” –The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Feb
14
Thu
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 14 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
15
Fri
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 15 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
16
Sat
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 16 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
17
Sun
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 17 @ 2:00 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
20
Wed
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 20 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
21
Thu
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 21 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31

Feb
22
Fri
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre Tickets
Feb 22 @ 7:30 pm
God of Carnage @ Klein Theatre

God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza

Two children from upper middle-class Brooklyn families get into a schoolyard tussle and their parents meet one evening to discuss the incident. While the evening begins with polite pleasantries and careful chit chat, it veers suddenly off course in a rum-fueled fishtail of epic proportions as the adults, themselves, devolve into bickering children. Yasmina Reza hilariously and savagely strips her characters down to their cores, giving them the green light to drop the niceties and take off the proverbial gloves. God of Carnage is a comic masterpiece born of red-hot tempers, the best of intentions, and humanity at its most primal.

“. . . ferociously funny . . . . terrifically potent with lip-smacking gusto . . .”
–The Wall Street Journal

1 hour, 30 minutes

Box Office opens January 31