Welcome to the Mary Moody Northen Theatre at St. Edward's University
Mary Moody Northen Theatre operates on a professional model and stands at the center of the St. Edward's University professional theater training program under the School of Humanities. MMNT is a member of Theatre Communications Group and is affiliated with Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States. Come share in the fun and excitement of the theatre on the hill!
LOVE AND INFORMATION
Directed by David Long
Join us for the regional premiere of Caryl Churchill’s theatrically inventive, smart and thought-provoking new work. Over 50 interchangeable scenes, 14 actors portray more than 100 characters desperate to negotiate a world obsessed with a ‘need to know’ and unlimited access to information. What really matters; where are the silences; how do we sort reality from the manufactured noise? Funny and poignant, Love and Information examines our technology-driven culture, celebrates our spirit and offers an ode to love in a disconnected world. Featuring Equity guests Janelle Buchannan and Rick Roemer.
“Extraordinary. The play everyone should see.“ — The Guardian
Read the Austin360 review HERE.
After losing his father and witnessing his mother's swift re-marriage to his uncle, Prince Hamlet must find his place amidst a swirling storm of his own grief and impending war. But are things really as they seem? A tortured ghost walks the night, looking to reveal its terrible secret. Spies are everywhere. Time is running out, and Hamlet must act decisively to find the truth. His sanity, his kingdom and his very life depend on it. Shakespeare's most popular play, filled with poetry and intrigue, here features guest artists Kenneth Wayne Bradley, Meredith McCall and David Stahl.
“The greatest of poetic tragedies.” — The Guardian
Read the Austin Chronicle review HERE.
Heiress to her father's underwear fortune, Hypatia is engaged to the perfectly acceptable but astoundingly dull Bently Summerhays. Bored beyond measure, she longs for adventure to fall out of the sky. What are the odds on a lazy Sunday afternoon in Surrey in 1909? Lucky Hypatia has Shaw on her side, so things are looking up indeed. Peppered with a plane crash, eight proposals, a lone gunman, a Polish woman gymnast and a sound Shavian skewering of love and marriage, this breezy and spirited comedy will leave you laughing, appreciating your intellect and, perhaps, longing for a lemonade on the veranda.
“Delightful.” — The New York Times
THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM
April 16 - 26, 2015
In this super silly musical fairy tale, rascally robber Jamie Lockhart courts Rosamund, the only daughter of the richest planter in the country. The proceedings go awry thanks to a case of double-mistaken identity. Add an evil stepmother intent on Rosamund's demise, a pea-brained henchman and a hostile talking head-in-a-trunk (really!), and you have quite an adventure on your hands. Filled with bluegrass and thigh-slapping fun!
“Southern-fried whimsy.’ — The Los Angeles Times
All plays run Thursday - Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 PM. The MMNT box office opens one hour prior to curtain and the auditorium opens for seating 30 minutes before the designated start time. All seats are reserved. Concessions are available in the lobby prior to the performance and during intermission. All performances take place at the Mary Moody Northen Theatre on the St. Edward's University main campus. For a campus map, please click here.
For more information, or to be added to the MMNT mailing list, please contact Mary Moody Northen Theatre, or call the MMNT box office at 512-448-8484.