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Standout British choral group Tenebrae returns to BYU this season and will be joined by the BYU Singers and Concert Choir. Stephen Paulus’s poignant Pilgrim’s Hymn—a work sung at the funerals of former US presidents Reagan and Ford—sets the tone for an evening of sacred music, which centers on Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles, a musical exploration of the traditional Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in northwestern Spain. With lighting, movement, and the glorious traditions of sacred choral repertories, this promises…
Join us for an evening of one-acts from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Thornton Wilder (Our Town). These three plays—The Longest Christmas Dinner, Pullman Car Hiawatha, and The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden—each explore life in all its fullness, unbounded by time, space, or even the earth itself. This will be a wonderful night of the best of American theatre. Directed by Adam Houghton. Read more about the performance here.
Shakespeare’s most beloved comedy, presented in a modern-day transformation of the Globe Theatre! Our Shakespearian troupe will frolic with the first blush of love, wage a “merry war” of wit, and be caught out with their “hands against their own hearts.” Filled with brilliant banter, Much Ado About Nothing is a sharp look at human nature—and the transformative power of love. Directed by Megan Sanborn Jones. Read more about the production here.