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Physical Address:
Corner of 6th and Rayburn Shoup Hall - 2nd Floor

Mailing Address:
Theatre Arts Department
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2008
Moscow, ID 83844-2008

Phone: 208-885-6465

Fax: 208-885-2558

Email: theatre@uidaho.edu

Web: Theatre Arts Department

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Current Department of Theatre Arts Season

The U of I Theatre Arts Department performs several captivating plays each season.

2019 SEASON

Tickets available a month before opening at BookPeople of Moscow or call Theatre Arts at 208-885-6465 to reserve your ticket. Performances are free for U of I students. $5-$15 for public. Matinees are "pay what you can."

The Three Keys of Captain Hellfire | By Ariana Burns | Shanties by Shandeen

  • 7:30 p.m., April 19, 20, 25, 26, 27
  • 2 p.m. April 20 & 27 (pay what you can!)
  • Hartung Theater, 625 Stadium Drive, Moscow
  • Tickets available now!

Wilhelmina Dowdy has a secret. Seven years ago she was Captain Hellfire of the pirate ship, the Early Revenge. A sudden tempest shipwrecked her and her crew, along with their stolen loot. Dowdy protected the treasure and waited. Now her crew returns, older, but not much wiser to finally divvy up the booty. A comedy for the whole family written by U of I alumna, Ariana Burns, with original shanties by Shandeen, a Portland, Oregon musician, singer, songwriter.

The PG (Pussy Grabber) Plays

  • 7:30 p.m., April 23
  • Silver & Gold Room, Best Western Plus University Inn, 1516 Pullman Road, Moscow
  • Free admission. Donations accepted for the U of I Women's Center

Contains mature themes and graphic language. Not suitable for children.

A program of eight short works - raucous, raging, bitterly funny and traumatic — based on the stories of several women who've publicly accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment or assault. Produced by U of I Theatre Arts Senior Capstone. For more information about the plays read this review in the New York Times.

On the Way to the Sawmill (A Hikikomiri's Space) | By Marco Magoa

  • 7:30 p.m. May 3 & 4
  • Hartung Theater, 625 Stadium Drive, Moscow
  • Free admission. Tickets at the door an hour before curtain and at BookPeople beginning on April 1.
  • There will be a Q&A after both shows with the director and cast.

A raw and emotional dramatization of adolescent alienation. Contains graphic language and themes of suicide, sex and violence. Not for children.

Marco Magoa is an international playwright, actor and director who has worked extensively abroad. Marco studied drama for five years at the Instituto del Teatro y las Artes Escenicas de Asturia. He has performed with several Spanish theatre companies including Compania Lirica Nacional and Compania Lope de Vega, and directed over two dozen plays in Spanish, English, Portuguese and Arabic around the world with performances in Cairo, London and New York. In 2017 at the University of Idaho, he performed Mare Nostrum, Finis Somnia Vesra, his one-man show about a Syrian refugee who takes to the sea to escape war, persecution and death.

"On the Way to the Sawmill" is sponsored by Theatre Arts and Modern Languages and Cultures.

Physical Address:
Corner of 6th and Rayburn Shoup Hall - 2nd Floor

Mailing Address:
Theatre Arts Department
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2008
Moscow, ID 83844-2008

Phone: 208-885-6465

Fax: 208-885-2558

Email: theatre@uidaho.edu

Web: Theatre Arts Department

Map