Welcome to the Mary Moody Northen Theatre at St. Edward's University
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! Featuring Equity guests Brian Coughlin, Jarret Mallon and Meredith McCall.
“Southern-fried whimsy.’ — The Los Angeles Times
"A rolllicking good time." - The Austin Chronicle (FULL REVIEW)
*RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 14 AND UP - some language, sexual situations and suggestions of sexual violence.
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!
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.
LOVE AND INFORMATION
Read the Austin360 review of Love and Information (September/October 2014) HERE.
Read the Austin Chronicle review of Hamlet (November 2014) HERE.
MISALLIANCERead the Austin Chronicle review of Misallaince (February 2015) HERE.