Theatre

Fall/Spring Theatre Productions 

 

Join us for a wildly funny evening of theatre as University of Wisconsin- Baraboo/Sauk County Theatre presents Tom Stoppard’s, The Real Inspector Hound and the world premier of Professor Kelly Dwyer’s new play, Conscience Noir. It will prove to be a wonderful evening of “whodunit” and comedic mystery.

The Real inspector Hound, chosen to give our students an opportunity to learn about comedic acting, farce, and the theatre of the absurd, is a send up of the murder-mystery genre of plays like Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap. In this play, theatre critics Moon and Birdboot are swept into the play they are reviewing and must navigate the satirical trappings set by mysterious strangers, a bitter love triangle and, of course, a madman on the loose!

A companion to The Real Inspector Hound, Kelly Dwyer's new ten-minute play, Conscience Noir, starring community members Bill Arbogast, Molly Arbogast and Iveta Ball, imagines famous detective Phillip Marlowe as a woman on the case of an homme fatale theatre critic who has lost his conscience and needs to find it--unless it's already too late...

Show times are at 7:00 p.m. at the R.G. Brown Theatre April 27, 28, 29.

Adults: $7

Seniors and Students: $5

UW-Baraboo/Sauk County Students: $3

For more information contact Director James Wagoner at james.wagoner@uwc.edu or Assistant Director Gabe Riviere at Gabe.Riviere@uwc.edu