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Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

Theatre UNI: Dead Man's Cellphone

“An unexceptional woman embarks on a loopy odyssey into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger she meets in a cafe” (New York Times). The non-stop ringing of a cell phone is the instigator for our journey into life, death, compassion, love, and romantic intimacy. This play won a Helen Hayes award for Best New Play in 2007.

TheatreUNI: Twelfth Night

In celebration of Shakespeare’s 400th birthday, Theatre UNI presents "Twelfth Night, or What You Will." Shakespeare’s funniest comedy tells the story of the lovesick Duke Orsino and the beautiful Viola. It is a tale of shipwrecks, sword fights, love triangles, cross-dressing and mistaken identity which also contains some of his most beautiful poetry.

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