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Margo Veil,
written by Len Jenkin and Directed by Wes Savick / Auditions TBA
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Dramashop Presents 
One Acts
Each year Dramashop presents an evening of Student Initiated Performance Works: One Acts. Kicking off season, the sure to be stunning lineup will be announced mid september. Contact Dramashop to get Involved! 
Auditions: 9/18/12-9/20/12 
Performances: 11/1/12-11/3/12
Location: Kresge Little Theater 
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Dramashop and MIT Theater Arts Present 
Margo Veil
Written by Len Jenkin 
Directed by Wes Savick

A gripping play about an aspiring actress who gives up on New York, the Seattle Times says: “Jenkin explores many of the raw nerve ends in our society; the deep need to believe an absolute, while at the same time reveling in the gratification of the present; the difference between titillation and satisfaction; the bizarre nature of reality; and the real nature of the bizarre.”
Auditions: 12/3/12-12/5/12
Performances: 2/7/13-2/9/13 & 2/14/13-2/16/13

Location TBD
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Dramashop and MIT Theater Arts Present
Elektra
based on the play Euripides
Adapted and Directed by Jay Scheib 

Forced into exile and married off to a farmer by her mother and  stepfather – who murdered her father, King Agamemnon, who murdered her sister Iphigenia – Elektra bides her time knowing that one day her brother Orestes will return. And when he does, the bloodbath that ensues will take the whole family with it. A thrills and chills live-drive-in movie!
Auditions and Performance Dates TBA
Stata Center Amphitheater 

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Dramashop and MIT Theater Arts Present
Playwrights in Performance
Directed by Alan Brody

Dramashop's annual Playwrights in Performance gives young playwrights the opportunity to follow their scripts through the production process and work closely with actors and a director on revisions. It gives actors the opportunity to work on the creation of new roles.
Performances: 5/2/13-5/4/13

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Spring 2013 Featured Theater Arts Special Courses

21M.840 Performance Media
units: 4-0-5
MW 1-3pm (50-201)
With Bozkurt Karasu

Production Seminar: Euripides' Elektra
Units: 3-0-9
M 7-10 (50-305)
With Jay Scheib

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