The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

The ensemble performs under the direction of Artistic Director Andrea Taylor-Blenis. Tickets: $10 general, $5 faculty/staff & seniors, $2 students. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

written by Aaron Posner, directed by Stephanie Burlington Daniels ’97 and Isabel Pongratz ’19

A homage to Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Stupid F**king Bird, is a hilarious tale about love, family, and the creation of art and beauty. A frank portrayal of mental health and suicide with contemporary language and nudity this production is not for the faint of heart. Join us as we sing through depression and find laughter through loss. Tickets: $10 general, $5 with a Wheaton ID & seniors. Tickets may be purchased online through the Box Office.

Trailer by Gracie Vicente ’22

Emily Morse, Artistic Director of New Dramatists (NYC), engages in a conversation with Professors Charlotte Meehan and Stephanie Burlington Daniels about her work supporting contemporary playwrights and collaborating on ensemble-made theatre in her own practice as playwright, dramaturg, and performer. New Dramatists has been a major force in the development of US-based playwrights since 1949.