Productions and Events
In response to growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Theatre Arts has suspended all rehearsals and production activities for our upcoming show, “You Can’t Take It With You” until further notice. We will continue to provide information to our students and patrons via email, our website: https://www.uidaho.edu/class/theatre and social media.
Virtual Designer Presentations for "You Can't Take It With You"
Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at how a production is created with presentations by the designers of "You Can't Take It With You." Director Craig A. Miller and his artistic team had been working together since January to create the look and feel of this award-winning comedy. Then the Covid-19 pandemic hit and all meetings and rehearsals ceased. Craig and company will showcase their designs, from scenic to costumes, sound, lights and more. All are invited to attend this virtual presentation.
- April 9, 2020
- Join Zoom Meeting
- Meeting ID: 531 162 167
- 6 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
These virtual meetings bring experienced theatre professionals from around the world to our students via Zoom for revealing conversations about creativity and success in the real world. Previous presenters have included award-winning playwrights, performers, casting directors, puppet masters, company executives and others sharing their stories and wisdom. All Greenroom Chats begin at 1:30 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.
- March 27, Patrick Du Laney, Broadway performer with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
- April 3, Paul Conroy, Artistic Director, Out Front Theatre
- April 10, Elaine Daugherty and Kelly Quinnett, Intimacy Directors and Theatre Educators
- April 17, Cynthia Fleming, Executive Artistic Director of Salt Lake Acting Company
Suspended until further notice:
You Can't Take It With You | by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart | Directed by Craig A. Miller
One of the most popular and successful plays of modern time, an eccentric family allows each member to pursue his own ambition in the home, but their routine is disrupted when a daughter with a regular job wants to bring her fiancé and his Wall Street family to dinner in George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy.