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2014 - 2015 Season

Come Chat with the "Princess Academy" Cast

by Janine Sobeck, dramaturg

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One of the traditions in the BYU Theatre and Media Arts Department is the Thursday post show. Each Thursday night, immediately following the performance, the cast and members of the production team join the dramaturg on stage to chat with the audience. This is a great opportunity for the audience to ask questions about what they saw on stage, learn more about the process that we went through, and to discuss the different topics of the show.

For Princess Academy, we will be holding our traditional post shows on Thursday June 4th and Thursday June 11th. We invite you to join us in the Pardoe Theatre and add to the conversation!

We are also delighted to announce an additional, special opportunity. On Saturday June 13th, directly following the matinee performance, author Shannon Hale will be joining me on stage for a brief Q&A with the audience. This will be a great opportunity to hear from the author of the original Princess Academy novel. We are excited to have her watch the show and delighted that she will be staying to chat afterwards!

To purchase tickets to any of these performances, simply click here. We hope to see you at the show!

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