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Additional studio projects will be announced at the start of the spring semester.

How to Make Friends and then Kill Them

By Halley Feiffer
Directed by Crystal Heller
Performances November 7, 8, 9, 10 at 8:30 p.m. 
Sutton Pavilion

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An extremely dark comedy about three young women as they journey from childhood to adulthood and grapple with addiction, codependency, and the cyclical nature of abuse.

“Feiffer is building a reputation for fearlessness, and it’s on full display here.” —The New York Times. “Great stuff.” —Time Out New York. “If you’re gonna go weird, you have to commit to it. Thank God for the warped creative mind of playwright/actress Halley Feiffer, who harnesses the weird to full, gory effect in HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS AND THEN KILL THEM, an uproarious and deeply unsettling…dark comedy. This one embraces the weird and manages to make the audience squirm in gleeful horror.” —


By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Directed by Matthew Winning
December 5 at 8 p.m.
December 6 at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
December 7 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Loft Theatre

For ticket information, please check back after November 1.

This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living.

Finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize. “This is theatre rather unlike anything you might have seen…unusual, unconventional and eye-opening…Everyman is no barrel of laughs, being a morality play about death. EVERYBODY tells the same tale, with equal emotional heft; but it is not only provocative and involving, it is also funny. Wildly funny, in fact.” —Huffington Post. “…[a] very meta and saucy adaptation…” —Time Out NY. “[EVERYBODY] fills the heart in a new and unexpected way.” —The New Yorker.