The University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh Theatre Department offers students a program combining personalized attention with a full range of classroom and production opportunities. The theatre major exposes students to all aspects of the theatrical arts, and allows students to focus their training in acting, directing, design, technology, and play writing.
Area code: (920)
Box Office: 424-4417
Theatre Office: 424-7042
Chair (Merlaine Angwall): 424-7050
Costume Shop: 424-0286
Scene Shop: 424-7051
Tickets may be purchased at the Box Office or online using the button below. Ticket prices are $13 for general, $10 for Senior Citizen or Alumni and $4 for UWO Students with ID.
The Box office will be open the week of the productions Monday-Friday, Noon-4 pm and evenings of performance 6pm - 7:30 pm. Performance Sundays the box office will open one hour before show time.
All promotions and discounts are valid only at the Box Office and are not available for on-line ticket sales.
By William Inge
Directed by Bryan Vandevender
Feb. 12-15, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 16, 2014, 2 p.m.
Anything goes and anyone is welcome at Grace’s Diner, where a bus waits out a March snowstorm on the outskirts of Kansas City. In the dead of night a young cowboy and a nightclub singer explore the rocky road of romance while the stranded passengers navigate a full spectrum of comic and romantic circumstances.
March 13-15, 2014
Side by Side by Sondheim is a dazzling collection of songs by Broadway’s musical master, Stephen Sondheim. You’ll fall in love with music from many of his very best works including Follies, A Little Night Music, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum as well as classics he wrote with musical theatre giants Leonard Bernstein and Richard Rodgers.
Directed by Jane Purse-Wiedenhoeft
April 23–26, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
April 27, 2013, 2 p.m.
During the Theban civil war, Antigone’s brothers fight on opposing sides and are killed. King Creon decrees one brother's body will remain on the battlefield, unburied and without holy rites. Antigone struggles whether to accept this law or courageously risk her life for the sake of family honor. This classic Greek tragedy conveys the struggle between one woman’s ethics and the laws of the state.