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$25 General Admission
$22 Seniors & Students with ID
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Seating for all dA, Seaver Theatre, and Allen Theatre performances will be assigned reserved seats. Due to venue characteristics, seating for the Sontag Greek Theatre will be General Seating.
by Sarah Ruhl
May 23- June 1
Fridays @ 8 pm, Saturdays @ 3 pm & 8 pm, Sundays @ 4 pm
Seaver Theatre, Pomona College
“Eurydice” is ultimately about the painful choice that comes with the passing of joys and pleasures: whether to remember, in sadness, or to forget, and achieve a calm but emptier equilibrium. Under the affectionate tutelage of her father, Eurydice regains her memories of earthly love. But when Orpheus channels down to retrieve her, after firing off a barrage of love letters to her from above, she has to choose between her husband and her father. Both alternatives involve loss, of course.
So does life, often enough. But Ms. Ruhl’s magical play about the joys and trials of living and dying invites the happiest kind of commemoration. Like all fine poems, songs and paintings, it’s a love letter to the world that deserves to be remembered for a good long time.
-- Charles Isherwood, NY Times
This 2014 Season
Ophelia's Jump is proud to inaugurate the
Ophelia's Jump-Pomona College
Midsummer Elizabethan Festival
featuring The Merry Wives of Windsor & Macbeth performed in repertory fashion by a company of talented actors and hosting revels and merriment for patrons one and all including:
stage combat workshops
The Mechanicals- Shakespearean Improvisation Troupe
Elizabethan wares and
fine picnicking under the stars on midsummer nights in July.
Merry Wives of Windsor
by William Shakespeare
Thursday-Sunday @ 8 pm nightly.
The Sontag Greek Theatre
The scheming Falstaff thinks he can make time with the married Mistresses Page and Ford. Little does he know these Merry Wives have his number and are about to send him down the river with the dirty laundry. In the meantime, true love between Fenton and Anne will win the day despite parental attempts to thwart the union, and in true comedic Shakespearian fashion hilarity ensues when all head into the woods in pursuit of their respective wishes.
Ophelia's Jump presents Merry Wives in repertory with Macbeth as part of the first ever Ophelia's Jump Elizabethan Festival presented in partnership with Pomona College at the Sontag Greek Theatre. Patrons will get to participate in stage combat workshops, enjoy artisan crafts demonstrations, purchase Elizabethan wares, and picnic under the stars prior to each evening's performance.
by William Shakepeare
Thursday-Sunday @ 8 pm nightly
at the Sontag Greek Theatre Pomona College
Ophelia's Jump will produce Shakespeare's ultimate tragedy in which unbridled ambition and hubris lead to madness, death, and precipitous falls from grace, at Pomona College's lovely Sontag Greek theatre.
Ophelia's Jump presents Macbeth in repertory with Merry Wives of Windsor as part of the first ever Ophelia's Jump Elizabethan Festival presented in partnership with Pomona College at the Sontag Greek Theatre. Patrons will get to participate in stage combat workshops, enjoy artisan crafts demonstrations, purchase Elizabethan wares, and picnic under the stars prior to each evening's performance.
by Moises Kaufman
Fridays @ 8 pm, Saturdays @ 3 pm & 8 pm, Sundays @ 4 pm Allen Theatre, Pomona College
Musicologist Dr. Katherine Brandt has been offered the chance of a lifetime: to travel to Bonn, Germany to study Beethoven’s manuscripts first hand. Despite the misgivings of her daughter Clara, she refuses to allow her deteriorating health to deter her. As she looks through the archives she attempts to sort out a question that has fascinated musicians, musicologists, and fans for centuries: why did Beethoven spend so much time in the last decade of his life writing variations on a simple waltz by Anton Diabelli? As Dr. Brandt struggles
with her health and the mysteries of the past, we see Beethoven’s contemporaries struggling to understand his motives as well, as the master writes not one, but thirty-three brilliant variations.
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