A Tony- and Pulitzer prize-winning play about family drama and the elusive nature of truth kicks off Theatre UAB’s new season.
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Enjoy 35 free, short films in two hours when Theatre UAB presents its third annual film fest Sept. 29, featuring works by UAB students.

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Theatre UAB will present “Proof,” “Don’t Trifle with Love,” “Charley’s Aunt,” the 10th annual Festival of 10-Minute Plays & “Bat Boy: The Musical.”

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Vessela Warner of Theatre UAB is contributing her writing talents to a new play, “EcoCentric” presented by Overground Physical Theatre Company in New York City.

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“Dowager Daughters of Transcendence,” a new play by Theatre UAB’s Cheryl Hall, picked for world premiere and 20 shows by Chicago theater.
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Music created by UAB students for the show “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” earns Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival honors.

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UAB students were honored for sound design, scene design and stage management at a regional theater festival.
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Each Friday Theatre UAB students hit the road to perform traveling shows in the community, teaching and learning at the same time.
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Theatre UAB opens its new season with Brecht’s “The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” featuring 22 actors, puppets and original music by students.
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A UAB alumni’s award-winning play, a mirthful fantasy about time-traveling Victorian ladies and the “Scottish play” are among offerings the UAB Department of Theatre will present for their 2011-2012 season.

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A national award-winning UAB student play, time travelers, the play that cannot be named and super-shorts, all in Theatre UAB’s new season.

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Marlene Johnson, who teaches voice, speech and acting, is the second UAB professor in five years to be honored by the Kennedy Center.

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In Aristophanes' comedic play "Lysistrata," the women take control and teach the men that you can't make love if you are busy making war.

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