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FALL PRODUCTIONS

A zany romantic comedy about a marriage


and a dog The kids are in college, Kate
September 25-October 4, 2015
and Greg have just moved to New York, and
Experimental Theatre

in bounces Sylvia, a stray that Greg finds in


By A.R. Gurney

the park. Sylvia becomes a bone of


Directed by C.J. Keith
contention between husband and wife,
chewing holes in the marriage as Greg
becomes increasingly obsessed with his
pooch. In a series of tail-wagging, leashtripping encounters, Greg, Kate, and Sylvia
finally learn how men and women and
dogs can be best friends. Woof!

Sylvia

Fairy tales do come true so be careful what


you wish for! A modern look at our favorite
October 30-November 8, 2015
fairy tales. Classic stories are interwoven,
Experimental Theatre

revealing characters dreams and wishes.


Music and Lyrics by Stephen
This humorous musical centers on the quest
Sondheim

of a baker and his wife who bargain with a


Book by James Lapine

witch. Happily ever after isnt always what


Directed by Paula Kalustian
it seems

Into the Woods

Doctor Faustus
Lights the
Lights
December 2- December 6,
2015

Don Powell Theatre

By Gertrude Stein

Directed by Peter Cirino

SPRING PRODUCTIONS

What would you sell your soul for? In Steins


poetic retelling of the classic Faust myth, an
Edison-like Dr. Faustus has made a deal with
the devil: he sold his soul for electric light.
The School of Theatre, Television, and Film
will collaborate with the Schools of Music
and Dance and Art and Design to engage
SDSUs 2015 Common Experience theme:
Energy. This production will bring together
elements of dance, music, film, art, and
theatre to create the multi-layered universe in
which Dr. Faustus lives.

The Drowsy Chaperone, winner of 5 Tony


Awards, is one of the funniest new musicals
of the last decade. With an eccentric musical
theatre lover as your guide, you will be
March 4-13, 2016

transported to the 1920s and the hilarious


Don Powell Theatre

tale of a glamorous bride and her uproarious


Music and Lyrics by Lisa
wedding day. This smart send up of early
Lambert and Greg Morrison

American musical theatre bubbles over with


Book by Bob Martin and Don
wry wit, thrills, and glorious song and dance
McKellar

Directed by Stephen Brotebeck all served extra dry with a few surprising
twists.

The Drowsy
Chaperone

Sometimes the biggest heroes come in the


smallest packages. From the imagination of
Ronald Dahl (author of Matilda and Charlie
and the Chocolate Factory) comes the
April 22-May 1, 2016

exciting story of a little orphan girl called


Don Powell Theatre

Adapted for the stage by David Sophie who teams up with a mysterious
dream-maker a Big Friendly Giant to
Wood

From the book by Roald Dahl


save the children of England from a horde of
Directed by Margaret Larlham
child-eating giants! Together with an
inventive design team and talented actors,
this production by Margaret Larlham is sure
to enthrall audiences of all ages!

BFG (Big
Friendly Giant)

FILM SHOWCASES/FESTIVALS

Emerging
Filmmakers
Showcase
December 14, 2015

Don Powell Theatre

These showcases are jury-selected


exhibitions of short subject fiction and
documentary films produced by the students
of SDSUs acclaimed TFM program. This
event is the culmination of each semester.
Inclusion in this screening is highly
competitive: faculty select the best 90
minutes of work from 6 to 8 hours of
submissions. No film is longer than 11
minutes, and all films are created during the
past semester. For directions and parking
information, visit ttf.sdsu.edu or call (619)
594-6884.

Best of the Best


Film Festival

A two-evening program of student work


selected by a jury of SDSU faculty. The
program features a variety of fiction and
documentary short films by the students of
San Diego State Universitys prestigious
Television, Film, and New Media Production
program (TFM). Each evenings program is
distinct, featuring new work with a few
highlights from past festivals. All films are
made by student filmmakers whose talents
are coming to light on our screen and from
whom you can expect to hear more. Each
evening runs roughly an hour and a half and
may include some films up to 20 minutes.

Emerging
Filmmakers
Showcase

These showcases are jury-selected


exhibitions of short subject fiction and
documentary films produced by the students
of SDSUs acclaimed TFM program. This
event is the culmination of each semester.
Inclusion in this screening is highly
competitive: faculty select the best 90
minutes of work from 6 to 8 hours of
submissions. No film is longer than 11
minutes, and all films are created during the
past semester. For directions and parking
information, visit ttf.sdsu.edu or call (619)
594-6884.

Best of the Best


Film Festival

A two-evening program of student work


selected by a jury of SDSU faculty. The
program features a variety of fiction and
documentary short films by the students of
San Diego State Universitys prestigious
Television, Film, and New Media Production
program (TFM). Each evenings program is
distinct, featuring new work with a few
highlights from past festivals. All films are
made by student filmmakers whose talents
are coming to light on our screen and from
whom you can expect to hear more. Each
evening runs roughly an hour and a half and
may include some films up to 20 minutes.

February 11-12, 2016

Don Powell Theatre

May 11, 2016

Don Powell Theatre

September 17-18, 2015

Don Powell Theatre