Multimax, May 3-5 at the Loeb Ex. Written and directed by undergraduate Peter Hirsch, the work chronicles an entertainment company's fantastic and macabre shipwreck.
The Turn of the Screw, May 3-5 and 10-12 at Dunster House. Director Caroline Chaffin's adaptation of Henry James' classic ghost story of two children possessed by their governess.
Rhinoceros, May 4-5 at Cabot House. The Eugene Ionesco 20th-century drama that metaphorically treats the Nazi occupation of France.
It's a Family Affair, We'll Settle It for Ourselves, May 4-6 and 10-12 at the Agassiz Thatre. A Russian satire of an alienating world, directed by Tim Banker.
Jesus, Confucius, and John Lennon, May 10-12 at the Loeb Ex. An English adaptation of the Chinese allegory directed by Leta Hong Fincher.
Les Liasons Dangereuses, Commencement Week at the Loeb Ex. Adam Fratto directs this romantic intrigue based on Laclos' epistolary novel.