Chaminade University’s Performing Arts Department will present the comedy LYSISTRATA by Aristophanes and the tragedy ANTIGONE by Sophocles November 5-14 in Chaminade’s Loo Theatre located in Clarence T. C. Ching Hall on campus (3140 Wai’alae Avenue- map).
Jarren Maluyo as Creon and Stacy Adora as Antigone in Sophocles’ classic drama ANTIGONE
Show times for ANTIGONE:
Nov. 6, 8, 10, 12
Sunday, Nov. 14.
Produced and directed by Fr. Robert Bouffier, SM, Sophocles’ play ANTIGONE was written around 440 BC and is part of the famous Theban plays (Oedipus Rex and Oedipus at Colonus). The tragedy has long been a part of high school and college English drama studies. Fr. Bouffier holds a MFA from the Catholic University of America and has taught drama at the University of Dayton in Ohio and at the Boston Conservatory in Massachusetts. He has directed and produced as well as performed in countless productions and has been active in Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Show times for LYSISTRATA:
November 5, 9, 11, 13
Sunday, Nov. 7
In 2003 the play LYSISTRATA was a worldwide response for peace during the Iraqi War, performed over 1000 times in 59 countries. LYSISTRATA was written around 411 BC by Greek comic playwright Aristophanes. Producer/ director Bro. Gary Morris, SM, is a native San Franciscan, has been directing plays for more than 40 years and has over 100 plays to his credit. He is part of a team invited to Chaminade University to develop performing arts classes and programs on campus. This is his eighth year at Chaminade as Associate Professor of Theatre and English.
Admission is only $5 per show, but seating is limited. Call (808)735-4815 for advanced tickets.