Undergraduate Theater Society

Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities for Undergraduates Since 1997

Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities for Undergraduates Since 1997

Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities for Undergraduates Since 1997Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities for Undergraduates Since 1997Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities for Undergraduates Since 1997

UTS' 24TH SEASON

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Anony(ymous)


by Naomi Iizuka

Directed by Joshua Barajas 

November 21st-24th,

December 4th-8th

Preview November 19th


Anon(ymous) by Naomi Izuka is a modern adaptation of Homer's The Odyssey. It takes place in a dystopic feeling America and follows the story of a girl, Anon, searching to be reunited with her mother. This minimalistic and metaphorical play uses topics of immigration, family, and death to turn a classic story into a modern relevant play. 

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Burning Man


A New Work by Gabriela Tedeschi

Directed by Carol Lee

November 25th-27th


After a few successful dates, twenty-somethings Danny and Dalia see the potential for a lasting relationship. But on the soon-to-be couple’s fifth date, Danny decides that before things get serious, he needs to open up to Dalia about an idiosyncrasy of his: to cope with the death of his mother and other sources of anger in his life, Danny starts forest fires.


As Danny and Dalia passionately debate anger management techniques and the ethics of burning down forests in the middle of the restaurant, Danny and their very irritated waitress act out memories from Danny’s path to arson in an attempt to persuade Dalia to give Danny a chance. Or at least refrain from calling the police.

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 Vietgone

by Qui Nguyen
Directed by David Le
January 30th-February 2nd, 

February 6th-9th
Preview January 28th


Set during the height of the Vietnam War, Vietgone tells the story of people suddenly finding themselves immigrants in America. Some are trying to make the best of it. Others are desperately searching for a way back home. Through a series of musical numbers, missed connections, and immature jokes, they all meet – and find in each other a new beginning.  

Check this Shhh Out


by Taylor Halverson

Directed by Alex Stapleton

February 3rd-5th

 Alice in Black and White 


by Robin Rice

Directed by Olivia Hagan

May 21st-24th, 28th-31st

Preview May 19

 A New Work 


by Hamdi Abdinur

Directed by Alicia Crowley

May 25th-27th

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