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WINNER OF 8 TONY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL!
A Coming-of-Age Folk Rock Musical
Music by DUNCAN SHEIK
Book and Lyrics by STEVEN SATER
Directed by SARAH ELIZABETH WANSLEY
SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 23, 2022
SPRING AWAKENING achieved cult status by giving powerful voice and glorious dance to teenagers rebelling against a cruel and repressive society. With music by Grammy Award winner Duncan Sheik, this Tony Award-winning musical energetically pushes modern teen angst against the backdrop of an 1891 German school. Based on a controversial 19th-Century play, Spring Awakening features a contemporary folk-rock score to express the essence of adolescence. History and today’s headlines intersect in this powerful musical that’s not to be missed!
$20 for 25 and Under
$19 FOR STUDENTS OF ALL AGES
Dive deeper into the themes of the musical with moderated talkbacks after the following performances:
ALL SATURDAY EVENING PERFORMANCES
Thursday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 19 at 7:30 p.m.
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PLEASE NOTE: Spring Awakening replaces the previously announced production of Shook. Please contact the Box Office directly for more information. Masks are still required inside the Barrette Center for the Arts.
CONTENT ADVISORY: Contains sexual situations, suicide, explicit language, and scenes of some violence (including a gunshot sound effect). It is recommended for people over the age of 14.
Photos by Mark Washburn
SPOT ON — Sunday, October 9th at 3 p.m.
Spring Awakening investigates gender-based violence and mental health concerns that are as urgent an issue today as they were in the 19th century. Join Kate Rohdenburg, Program Director of WISE to hear about the work WISE engages in to support and educate our community about gender-based violence. Dartmouth student Alisya Reza will join Kate in a panel discussion, sharing her experience working with Sexual Violence Prevention Project at the Dartmouth Student Wellness Center and offering a student perspective on the issues raised in the play.