Upcoming Plays & Concerts:
Theatre on the Hill is located on the second floor of the UW-Washington County campus.
Free parking is available in the faculty or student lots. Use the main entrance and follow signs and steps
to second floor. An elevator is also available.
All seats are general admission (no assigned seats). All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.
For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE YOUNG IRELANDERS
Saturday, March 18 2017
Get Your Irish On!
Featuring former members of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance – these eight talented young performers have Irish traditional music, song and dance running through their veins! The troupe uses authentic Celtic instruments and fuses old world traditions with contemporary flare in an eclectic repertoire of Irish, world, jazz and pop.
Making old traditions new, the Young Irelanders put on an amazing concert you won’t want to miss! The future of Ireland’s culture is undoubtedly safe in their hands!
OF MICE and MEN
Friday and Saturday
John Steinbeck's Compelling Story
Published as a novella in 1937 and staged on Broadway later that year, Of Mice and Men lives on as one of the great works in all of American literature. John Steinbeck's compelling story of camaraderie and isolation is at once simple and complex, tragic and heartwarming. Its commentary on class, race, gender and disability resonates today as it did 80 years ago. Above all, it is a still-relatable story about the elusive American Dream.
Directed by Paul Steinbach
Of Mice & Men tickets: