The Weekday Players Original Works Project at Clarice Smith, May 9

The Weekday Players Original Works Project at Clarice Smith, May 9

The Weekday Players Original Works Project
Tuesday, May 9, 2017. 7:30PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Cafritz Foundation Theatre, General Admission

The Weekday Players proudly presents their Original Works Projects, a memorable night of short plays created and produced by students! You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll laugh AND cry. Either way, join them for a great time!

Free, no tickets required.

Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike at Clarice Smith, Apr 14 & 15

Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike at Clarice Smith, Apr 14 & 15

The Weekday Players End of Semester Performance
Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike
By Christopher Durang

Friday, April 14, 2017 at 7:30PM
Saturday, April 15 at 2:00PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Dance Theatre, General Admission

The Weekday Players is proud to present Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang for their annual spring production! This hilarious play begins with two siblings living together (unhappily) in their family home. When their successful third sibling returns for a visit, an uproar ensues. This family is sure to crack you up during their antics surrounding life, love and loss.

Free, no tickets required.

This is Our Youth at Clarice Smith, Nov 15

This is Our Youth at Clarice Smith, Nov 15

The Weekday Players
This Is Our Youth
Sunday, November 15, 2015. 2PM & 7PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Cafritz Foundation Theatre, Free Admission, no tickets required.

PARENTAL ADVISORY: This performance contains adult subject matter and strong language.

The Weekday Players are proud to present “This is Our Youth” by Kenneth Lonergan for this fall.

A hit off-Broadway in 1996 and in a a Broadway revival in 2014, This is Our Youth follows three young adults in the Upper West Side of Manhattan over the course of one evening. Dennis Ziegler’s friend Warren Straub has been kicked out of his house, and has also stolen $15,000 from his father. Dennis and another friend, Jessica, have their own agendas and plans for the money, which ultimately ties the characters together as the play explores themes of materialism, adolescence, and maturity.

The Weekday Players are excited to present this timely show, as organized, acted, and produced by University of Maryland students. The show is free to the general public.