5 Event(s) Found in "Department of Music & Theatre Arts Productions"

BIG: THE MUSICAL

Jul 8-25

BIG: THE MUSICAL 

Lauren K. Woods Theatre - 8 PM

The classic 1987 motion picture fantasy bursts onto the stage in the unforgettable theatrical experience, Big The Musical. Featuring a witty, moving, and insightful book by John Weidman (Assassins, Pacific Overtures, Road Show) and a dazzling, energetic, heartfelt, contemporary score by David Shire and Richard Maltby, Jr. (Baby, Closer Than Ever, Starting Here, Starting Now) Big is a perfect show for audiences of all ages!

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Anything Goes

Nov 4-15

Anything Goes 

Lauren K. Woods Theatre - 8 PM

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST. "In olden days, a glimpse of stocking was looked on as something shocking, now, heaven knows, ANYTHING GOES!" The classic American musical by Cole Porter will be the first musical presented in the fall semester at historic Woods Theatre by Monmouth University's Department of Music and Theatre Arts. The show, which debuted in 1934, introduced such classic American standards as "You're the Top", "I Get A Kick Out of You", and the title tune, "Anything Goes". Proof of its popularity is the repeated revivals on Broadway, most recently in 2011 by the Roundabout Theatre Company in NYC.


Winter Tapestry: A Holiday Concert

Dec 10

Winter Tapestry: A Holiday Concert 

Wilson Hall - 7:30 PM

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST. An evening of seasonal music for choir, orchestra, and handbells performed in the majestic and festive atmosphere of Wilson Hall. The concert is conducted by Professor Michael Gillette and Dr. David M. Tripold and features the Colts Neck Reformed Church Exultation Ringers conducted by Maggie Tripold.


Bus Stop by William Inge

Mar 2-10

Bus Stop by William Inge 

Lauren K. Woods Theatre - 8 PM

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST. Stop is a romance drama written by one of the great, if underappreciated, playwrights of the 20th century: William Inge. Inge won the Pulitzer Prize for Picnic and his Come Back, Little Sheba won a Tony Award as a play and two Academy Awards for its film version. Bus Stop tells the story of Cherie, an aspiring nightclub singer, and her brash young cowboy suitor, stuck in a Kansas diner during a snowstorm. Its original production in 1955 was nominated for 4 Tony Awards. The film version starred Marilyn Monroe as Cherie.


Something's Happening Here: Spring Showcase

Apr 21

Something's Happening Here: Spring Showcase 

Wilson Hall - 7:30 PM

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST. A musical cavalcade featuring the Monmouth University Chamber and Concert Choirs, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, student bands and soloists. The concert is conducted by Professor Michael Gillette, Professor Bryan Jenner and Dr. David M. Tripold.