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Ionesco's 1959 absurdist critique of the rise of Nazism and Fascism in pre-World War II Europe depicts the inhabitants of a provincial town gradually turning into rhinoceroses. This new translation by Wesley Savick brings to life this strange and haunting view of humanity and explores themes of paranoia, conformity, mob-mentality, and morality.
Orwell's classic dystopian novel comes to the stage in this adaptation depicting a terrifying view into the world of Oceania, a superstate entrenched in perpetual war, omnipresent government surveillance, and public manipulation. When Winston, a member of the Outer Party and editor at the Ministry of Truth, becomes fascinated with the world's true past, he begins keeping a journal criticizing the ever-looming Party and its enigmatic leader, Big Brother. This chilling tale of freedom and oppression exposes the power of propaganda and the fragile nature of truth in language in shaping our reality.
Our annual spring festival includes a variety of plays directed by Oregon State University students. This season, student directors and designers will collaborate to bring to life and eclectic collection of dramas and comedies.
University Theatre Ticket Prices
Main Stage Shows: $12 General Admission/ $10 Senior/ $8 Student Youth/ $5 OSU Student
Lab Shows: $8 General Admission/ $6 Senior/ $5 Student Youth/ $4 OSU Student
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Tickets are available online, or at the OSU Box Office (Withycombe Hall 144)
Box office will open the Monday prior to opening night and will remain open Monday - Friday noon to 5 pm for the run of the performance.
Box office telephone number: (541) 737 - 2784 / email: email@example.com