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Through the Looking Glass

Adapted by Andrew Biliter
Directed by Christina Lepri

March 8-10, 15-17, 22 & 23, 2019
Student matinees at 1pm on March 14 and March 21
Noyes Street Theater

Alice is back in this sparkling adaptation of the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. See Alice reunite with some familiar faces, while encountering a whole chessboard of absurd new players including Humpty Dumpty and the formidable Red Queen. Join Mudlark as we journey into this madcap tale of self-discovery and pretend.

Bobbins and Thread

Written by Emily Dendinger
Directed by Leda Hoffman

April 11 – 14, 2019
Red Curtain Theater

Joan's family's farm is in trouble, and it's up to her to help them by going to work in the Lowell mills. Although the work is hard, Joan quickly makes friends with the other workers, and for the first time, starts to experience an independence she never thought possible. However, when the mill owners unjustly decide to lower the workers' wages, Joan is faced with a difficult choice; save her family from poverty or stand with her friends for what she knows to be right? 


Directed by Andrew Biliter

April 25 – 28, 2019
Noyes Street Theater

Mudlark’s annual celebration of Evanston youth. A series of delightful, moving, and imaginative scenes based on original stories, reflections, and poems by local kids.

Fight Night: Last Classic Standing

Written and directed by Alejandro Tey and Ned Baker

May 1 – 5, 2019
Red Curtain Theater

IS NOTHING SACRED?! IS ANYONE SAFE?! Characters from classic literature clash in a hail of flying elbows and body slams . A shadowy fighting tournament draws competitors from Anne of Green Gables to Frankenstein's Monster looking to keep their place in the canon— but just who's running this tournament? And why? Fight Night will feature knuckle-bruising fight choreography in a spectacular evening of action, mystery, and enough chaos to turn your reading list on its head forever.


Written by John Taflan
Directed by Krista D’Agostino and John Taflan

May 10 – 12, 17 – 19, 22 – 24, 2019
Noyes Street Theater

This new adaptation of Voltaire’s outrageous satire tells the story of the young and naïve optimist, Candide, and the absurd hardships that challenge his innocent outlook on life.

After being banished from the kingdom of Westphalia, Candide and his fellow school-aged companions begin a journey through the world encountering wealth, wisdom, and nearly unending woe as Candide desperately tries to reunite with his love, Cunégonde. Is everything that happens really for the best? Is this really the best of all possible worlds? And do we really wear pants just because we have legs? Find out in Candide!

Spring 2019 Season