High Fidelity, The Musical
October 22 - November 1, 2015
A Rock Musical Based on the 2000 film.
Indie record store owner Rob will do anything to get his girlfriend back-- except grow up. His rock-fueled journey of discovery boasts a dazzling array of musical genres: from R & B to punk, hip-hop to country, and classic rock and roll, evoking such artists as U2, Aretha Franklin, Pat Benatar, The Who, OutKast, Lyle Lovett, Bruce Springsteen, Percy Sledge, Nirvana, and Guns 'n Roses. A smart, hilarious rock and roll musical about life, love, and change.
December 4 - 6, 2015
A Festival of Student-Directed Plays
Staged by advanced BU directing students, three diverse, dynamic scripts explore the unique demands of short-form comedy and drama, and introduce a cast of Bradley’s newest theatre majors.
February 25 – March 6, 2016
by Anton Chekhov
The tragicomic first masterpiece by one of the most deeply humane artists of the modern age. Meet Arkadina, the theatre diva; her lover, Trigorin, a famous writer; her playwright son, Konstantin, whom she keeps in penury; and Nina, the budding actress who yearns for fame. Amid combustible issues of family, class, artistic integrity, and love, the absurdity and pathos of life vie in their timeless struggle. A world classic by the revered Russian master.
Our Country's Good
April 21 – May 1, 2016
by Timberlake Wertenbaker
1789. Transported for life to the brutal penal colony of Australia, a motley group of thieves, prostitutes, and murderers, led by an idealistic young Royal Marine, attempt to mount a production of Farquhar’s comedy, The Recruiting Officer. Based on a true story, and adapted from Thomas Keneally’s celebrated novel, The Playmaker, this acclaimed ensemble play offers a powerful testament to the founding of a nation and the redemptive power of art.