All shows start at 7:30 p.m. and are performed in the CSI Fine Arts Theater. Tickets are $10/adults and $5 for students. CSI Students are eligible for two free tickets with a student I.D. CSI faculty/staff can get four tickets for $2.
Tickets can be obtained at tickets.csi.edu, at the CSI Fine Arts Box Office, or by calling 732-6288.
October 5 - 8 and 12 - 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater
The Crucible, an American classic and winner of the Tony Award for Best Play in 1953, recounts the events surrounding the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts during the 17th Century. The story focuses upon a young farmer, his wife, and a young servant-girl who maliciously causes the wife's arrest for witchcraft, initiating a flurry of accusations, public trials, and hangings in the small Puritan community. Arthur Miller wrote the play as a vehicle to publicly confront McCarthyism and the trials held by the House of Representatives' Committee on Un-American Activities, which led to the black-listing of numerous American artists in the 1950s. Join CSI Theater Department, in collaboration with Twin Falls High School Bruin Players as we bring this exciting and fast-paced tale to the CSI stage. There has never been a more relevant time in our society to engage in a discussion of Miller's themes.
November 30 - December 3 and December 7 - 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater
Marley was dead to begin with... Why was Marley allowed to return as a ghost to warn Scrooge away from his ill-fated path?... Why was Marley so concerned about Scrooge?... We know what happened to Scrooge, but what of Marley? These questions and many more are answered in this new script written from the perspective of the ghost burdened by chains, cash-boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds, and heavy purses wrought in steel.
February 22 - 25 and March 1 - 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater
Treachery, intrigue and political motivations are all facets of this classic tale of the ultimate betrayal. In Shakespeare's political tragedy, suspicions arise when the beloved Caesar gains popularity among his people. Fearing that he will corrupt the freedom of the State, other members of the government plot to have him killed. In a tumultuous world where politics are vicious, Julius Caesar resonates powerfully with today's audiences.
May 3, 4 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the CSI Fine Arts Theater
Ancient Greece looks suspiciously similar to the present day in the hands of world-renowned poet and MacArthur Genius Anne Carson. Antigone has lost two brothers but by law can only bury one. She takes a stand for her beliefs, pitting morality against patriotism, and in doing so starts a series of events that threaten the new-found national peace. It's one of the most famous myths of all, told and re-told for more than two thousand years, but what use is a cautionary tale if no one heeds it? The CSI Theater, Dance, and Visual Arts Department join creative forces to bring Carson's biting and thrilling translation of Antigone to life in a production that casts unexpected shadows on issues of loyalty and family.