Cymbeline by William Shakespeare

Thursday, March 30, 2023
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

General Admission — 2 Tickets

Event Details:

Directed by John Maclay

Presented by BFA Acting program Company of 2025

King Cymbeline of Britain banishes his daughter Innogen's husband, who then makes a bet on Innogen's fidelity. Innogen is accused of being unfaithful, runs away, and becomes a page for the Roman army as it invades Britain. In the end, Innogen clears her name, discovers her long-lost brothers and reunites with her husband while Cymbeline makes peace with Rome. 

About the department:

Housed in a public research university located in a vibrant metropolitan area, the University of Minnesota Department of Theatre Arts & Dance is a collaborative hub for education, research and training in the diverse field of Dance and Theatre.

About BFA Actor Training Program:

Mission: To provide a foundation in the discipline of Acting that inspires our students to begin lifelong journeys of learning and artistic expression. 

Stoll Thrust Theatre - Rarig Center
330 21st Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Parking Information:
The 21st Avenue Ramp
Enter on 21st Avenue, near the corner of S. 4th Street
Covered parking available, handicap spaces available, accepts credit cards and cash

Lot 94
Enter on S. 5th Street, near 21st Avenue
Handicap spaces available, accepts credit cards and cash, approx .2 miles from Rarig Center

Riverside Avenue
Street metered parking is sometimes available on Riverside Avenue.
Accepts cash and MPLS Parking App

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Accessibility Information:
For ASL interpreting (or any other disability-related accommodations), please contact Qiuxia Welch at at least two weeks prior to the event.

Organization Details:

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities Department of Theatre Arts & Dance is a robust and well-rounded producing hub for creation, exploration, and artistic excellence. Our primary mission is to educate our students and our audiences about the performing arts and about the social issues and human emotions the arts speak to so powerfully. We are committed to realizing this mission by creating, producing, and studying works of theatre and dance, and performing them publicly for diverse audiences drawn from both the University and the community at large.

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Offer: General Admission — 2 Tickets

Date/Time: Thursday, March 30, 2023 7:30 pm

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