ECU/ Loessin Playhouse
Productions & Events
Play by Rick EliceMusic by Wayne BarkerBased on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley
September 25-30, 2018
A “play with
music”, this Tony-winning play based on the best-selling series, upends the
century-old story of how a miserable orphan boy becomes the legendary Peter
Pan. Featuring a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable
characters, it combines grown-up theatricality with youthful wonder and endless
Single tickets $15/$10
together an exciting and eclectic lineup of ballet, jazz, tap and contemporary
dance for both the newcomer to dance and the dance lover. From light-hearted, comedic styles to moods
of pure passion and intensity, all can appreciate the variety of raw emotion
highlighted throughout these performances.
13-18, 2018Based on Charles Dickens’ final unfinished
novel, this hilarious whodunit musical is presented as a show-within-a-show
by the “Music Hall Royale” (a delightfully loony Victorian theatre company).
It’s the only show that ends differently every night as the audience finishes the story by choosing the identity of the murderer.
Single tickets $17.50/$10
Music by Tom KittBook and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
unforgettable songs and a deeply moving story this is a fascinating and
ambitious new musical. It simultaneously follows one woman’s two possible life
paths. Both romantic and touching, it paints a portrait of the lives we lead as
well as the lives that we might have led. Parental advisory.
Single tickets $17.50/$10
March 19-24, 2019
SPRING DANCE 2019
An evening of dance that’s as diverse as it is entertaining. Featuring choreography from renowned guest
artists and original works by our creative faculty, our talented dance students
always provide a show that’s second to none. The diverse range from classical
ballet, to bold contemporary, to hot jazz and explosive tap provide a
production that is wide ranging and engaging.
Adapted by Catherine Bush
from the novel by Alexandre Dumas
This witty and
action-packed swashbuckler follows the friendship of young D’Artagnan and his
band of Musketeers as they fight the evil Cardinal Richelieu. A story of double
crossings and kidnappings, complete with lavish sword fights and sweeping
romance, set in a time when love and honor ruled the world.
Ticket prices for ECU School of Theatre events include processing fees and sales tax according to NC General Statue 105-164.4(a)(10).
ECU/Loessin Playhouse is produced by the East Carolina University, School of Theatre and Dance, an
accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST) and recipient
of the College/University Award from the North Carolina Theatre Conference
Dates and titles subject to change.