University of Southern Indiana

Past Productions - 1990s

1999-2000 Season

Spring 2000

The Dining Room
By A. R. Gurney

The Vanities
By Jack Heifner

One Acts:

Passing Red Dodges
By Kevin Lottes

By Mac Weller

Fall 1999

All My Sons
By Arthur Miller

1998-1999 Season

Spring 1999

By Aristophanes

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
By John Bishop

Fall 1998

When You Coming Back, Red Ryder?
By Mark Medoff

Christmas Show of two one-acts:

Long Christmas Dinner
By Thornton Wilder

Gift of Magi
By O. Henry

1997-1998 Season

Spring 1998

Baby Dance
By Jane Anderson

Caucasian Chalk Circle
By Bertolt Brecht

Fall 1997

Bedroom Farce
By Alan Ayckbourn

By Rick Hobbs

A Christmas Carol
Based on Charles Dickens' story

Child's Christmas in Wales
By Dylan Thomas

1996-1997 Season

Spring 1997

Canterbury Tales
Based on Chaucer's stories

Blue Window
By Craig Lucas

Fall 1996

School for Husbands
By Moliere

A Christmas Carol
Based on Charles Dickens' story

1995-1996 Season

Spring 1996

Baby with the Bath Water
By Christopher Durang

By George Bernard Shaw

Fall 1995

Crimes of the Heart
By Beth Henley

A Christmas Carol
Based on Charles Dickens' story

1994-1995 Season

Spring 1995

By Anton Chekhov

The Chairs
By Eugene Ionesco

Fall 1994

On the Verge
By Eric Overmeyer

By William Shakespeare

1993-1994 Season

Spring 1994

Diary of Anne Frank
By Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett

Mad Forest
By Caryl Churchhill

Fall 1993

Miss Julie
By August Strindberg

Robber Bridegroom
By Alfred Uhry

1992-1993 Season

Spring 1993

North Shore Fish
By Israel Horowitz

By Samuel Beckett

Fall 1992

More Fun than Bowling
By Steven Dietz

Buried Child
By Sam Shephard

1991-1992 Season

Spring 1992

By Craig Lucas

12th Night
By William Shakespeare

Fall 1991

Cry of Players
By William Gibson


1990-1991 Season

Spring 1991

By Sophocles

One Acts by Students:

The Hungry
By Lisa Hairston

Brother's War
By Bill Hairston

Mending Wall
By Randy Smith

Isn't Life Ironic
By David Angle

Fall 1990

Two Rooms
By Craig Lucas

The Ballad of the Sad Cafe 
By Edward Albee

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