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2021-2022 Season

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The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe

OCTOBER 7-10
Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

***Audiences should be advised that this show discusses adult themes that some may find distressing: violence, eating disorders, body image, sexual violence, racism, sexism*** 
Dancevent featuring Orchesis Modern Dance Company

OCTOBER 29-31, Adair Studio

A concert of original works created by William & Mary dance faculty, and performed by faculty, guest artists, and members of the Orchesis Modern Dance Company. Dancevent 2021 will be an invite-only event.


The Imaginary Invalid From the play by Moliere

NOVEMBER 18-21
Moliere’s final play, is a hilarious picture of the seventeenth-century where, despite the scientific revolution and its extraordinary advances, there was often a fine line between science and outright quackery.


A Tempest by Aimé Césaire

MARCH 3-6
A Tempest is a postcolonial revision of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which focuses on the plight of Ariel and Caliban and their never-ending quest to gain freedom from Prospero and his rule over the island. The play considers issues of racism, violence and exploitation, leaving the audience to consider the lasting effects of colonialism.


An Evening of Dance featuring Orchesis Modern Dance Company

MARCH 31-APRIL 3
An Evening of Dance is an annual concert in which students explore and develop original choreography performed by their peers in the Orchesis Modern Dance Company, under the mentorship of the Dance faculty.


Company Book by George Furth, Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

APRIL 21-MAY 1
On the night of their 35th birthday, confirmed singleton, Bobbi, contemplates their unmarried state. Over the course of a series of dinners, drinks and even a wedding, their friends explain the pros and cons of taking on a spouse. The habitually single Bobbi is forced to question their retention of the single life during a hilarious array of interactions.