UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python, and you have the intriguing, thrilling, riotous and unmissable comedy. The show hurtles a notorious fugitive and a spellbound blonde from a London music hall north by northwest to Scotland's most remote highlands. Will they save Britain from a den of devious spies? A cast of six actors plays over 150 characters in this fast-paced tale of an ordinary man on an extraordinarily entertaining adventure.
Please note: This production includes simulated gunfire.
By Arrangement with Fiery Angel Limited
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the novel by John Buchan
From the movie by Alfred Hitchcock
Licensed by ITV Global Entertainment Limited
And an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon
Inspired by the characters in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, Miss Havisham explores a tortured mind bent on a twisted form of vengeance. This short filmed play utilizes stylized movement, original music, and creative cinematic techniques.
Red Carpet Gala premiere screening of Miss Havisham and other short films by Stage and Screen Arts students:
Follow Alice down the rabbit hole in this imaginative and immersive adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic. Fun for the entire family.
We also have two past productions available for streaming:
A powerful magician in exile creates a great storm that shipwrecks enemies on a magical island filled with mysterious sprites. Funny, wistful, vengeful and poignant, the play explores what it is to be human.
We performed for a limited live audience Oct. 28-30, 2021. Because we could only invite a small audience, we also filmed an entire live performance for you to enjoy.
Because we couldn't bring you a live show last year, we created a filmed version of Mary Frankenstein, a new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Frankenstein, by SASA Instructor Kathy Welch.
About the production:
Mary Frankenstein, an ambitious medical student, toils to answer the bold questions of science to heal her grieving heart. When her creation stirs to life, she runs away in terror and Mary’s refusal to nurture the unfortunate creature ends in tragedy.
The production team used a variety of film and theatrical techniques including shadow work and puppetry to create this highly stylized and unique production. The film was shot in Syse Theatre which was converted to a film studio for the purpose. Faculty and students learned interesting new ways of bringing theatre to audiences, while observing proper COVID-19 prevention measures.