Inventory of the EUA035 Theatre Arts and Dance Events Collection, 1907 - ongoing EUA035

Inventory of the EUA035 Theatre Arts and Dance Events Collection, 1907 - ongoing
EUA035


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Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Elon University
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Elon, North Carolina
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Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Elon University
Title: EUA035 Theatre Arts and Dance Events Collection, 1907 - ongoing
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library Archives and Special Collections at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: This collection contains programs, flyers, brochures, correspondences, posters, and any other type of printed material that relates to a theatre arts and/or dance event that took place at Elon University. The collection is arranged chronologically. For more information about what is included in the collection, please see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
Extent: 9 linear feet, 1 box and 2 oversize flat file cabinet drawers

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


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Copyright Notice

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], EUA035 Theatre Arts and Dance Events Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


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Gift or Purchase Note

Unknown. Materials collected and assembled over many years to form collection.


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Accession Information

Not applicable


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Processing Information

Processed by Katie Nash, November, 2012

Encoded by Katie Nash, December, 2012


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Arrangement

The collection is arranged chronologically.


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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

Elon College -- Musical performances.
Elon University -- Musical performances.
Elon College -- Student performances.
Elon University -- Student performances.
Elon College -- Faculty performances.
Elon University -- Faculty performances.
Elon College -- Dance recitals.
Elon University -- Dance recitals.
Elon College -- Dramatic performances.
Elon University -- Dramatic performances.
Elon College Theatre.
Elon College -- Performing Arts Department.
Elon University -- Performing Arts Department.
Elon College -- Dance performances.
Elon University -- Dance performances.
Elon University -- Archival resources.

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Related Material

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1. 1907-ongoing.
81 Folders.
Undated Number 1.
* Undated. "Adam and Eva: A comedy in three acts."
* Undated. "Picasso at the Lapin Agile: a comedy by Steve Martin."
* Undated. "Two Gentlemen of Verona": by William Shakespeare.
* April 15. Sayings form the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabbo Jones.
* Undated. "Who put the Mock in Democracy?."
* February 17. Jon Spelman, Storyteller and Liz Lerman Dance Exchange.
* March 5. Princeton Ballet.
* March 10. Performance of Student Choreography: "Dances that mean something".
* March 22-23. Nickelodeon.
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers.
* September 5-6. Auditions for "Into the Woods."
* September 14-15. "Love Letters" by A.R Gurney.
* October 4. Comedy and Improvisation: Chicago City Limits.
* October 9. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: Outreach Tours.
Undated Number 2.
* Undated. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival Outreach Tours: Macbeth.
* Undated. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew.
* January 16. "Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?".
* February 11. "Merchant of Venice".
* February 20. The National Opera Company presents "Don Pasquale".
* March 13. Tulsa Ballet Theatre.
* April 26-27. The Elon Dance Ensemble Spring Concert.
* April 27-28. "The Construction Company".
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers with guest artist Marian Turner.
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers with guest choreographer Carol Richard.
* April 30-May 1. Elon Dancers with guest choreographer Jan Van Dyke.
* October 6. The Slovak State Folk Ensemble.
* November 1. The Washington Ballet.
* November 8. Gran Folklorico De Mexico.
* November 9. The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.
* November 10. "Joan of Arc: Dance of a Woman Warrior."
* April 21-22. "Die Fledermaus."
* Undated. William Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
Undated Number 3.
* December 8-10. Christmas Program.
* Undated. "Don't Drink the Water."
* April 18-19. "You Can't Take It With You."
* June 4. Expression Recital.
* Undated. "Footlight Favorites."
* December 15. "Gaslight."
* Undated. Three One-Act Plays.
* Undated. Eli Whitney High School Band.
* March 14. "Sisters".
* April 30 and May 1-3. "Working."
* February 19. "Night Must Fall."
* April 11-12. "Antigone."
* May 3-4. "Are You Having Any Fun?."
* March 15-16. A Short Evening of Theatre.
* March 22-23. "Bad Seed."
* May 7-10. "Three Penny Opera."
* May 16-17. "Champion of the West."
* December 5-7. "The Odd Couple."
* May 15-17. "Hallelujah."
* November 13-14. "Junior Miss."
* January 5-6. "Kind Lady."
* Undated. "Mr. and Mrs. North."
* November 9-11. "Noah."
* February 19. "Night Must Fall."
* November 20-24. "Oh Dad Poor Dad Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad."
* February 14-15. "Out of the frying pan".
* November 1-2. "Room Service."
* April 12. "The Betrayal."
* Undated. "Snow White and the Mirror."
* March 31 and April 1-2. "The Pajama Game."
* November 8-9. "The Man Who Came to Dinner."
* March 21. Three-One-Act Plays.
* Undated. "Moor Born."
* Undated. "Happiness."
* February 15. "Do Lord Remember Me".
* February 15-18. Telethon '63.
* November 11-12. "Tintypes."
* September 12-13, 19-20, 26-27. "Ladies In Retirement."
* February 27-28. The Complete works of William Shakespeare Abridged.
* October 20. Women of the Bible.
* January 16. Broadway cares, equity fights aids.
* March 28. "The Yellow Wallpaper."
* November 15-17. "The Imaginary Invalid."
* November 29 and December 6. The Butterfingers Angel, Mary and Joseph, Herod the Nut, and the Slaughter of 12 Hit Carols in a Pear Tree.
1907-1908.
*1907-1908. An Evening with the First Year Students.
June 1, 1911-May 31, 1912.
* November. "Tommy's Wife."
* February 24. "The Freshman."
June 1, 1915-May 31, 1916.
* May 10. Department of Expression.
1920s.
* Undated. "The Boomerang: A Comedy in Three Acts."
June 1, 1919-May 31, 1920.
* February 23. The Clio Literary Society of Elon College Annual Entertainment - "True and Untrue".
* April 3. The Psiphelian Literary Society of Elon College Annual Entertainment - "Midsummer Night Dream".
June 1, 1926-May 31, 1927.
* November 25. Annual Entertainment of the Philologian Literary Society.
June 1, 1927-May 31, 1928.
* November 24. Annual Entertainment of the Philologian Literary Society.
June 1, 1930-May 31, 1931.
* May 23. A Spring Festival.
June 1, 1933-May 31, 1934.
* December 7. "Polly With a Past".
* December 15. "Why The Chimes Rang".
* May 2. "Smilin' Through".
June 1, 1934-May 31, 1935.
* November 22. "Her Husband's Wife."
* 1934. Folk Plays of The Carolina Playmakers.
June 1, 1936-May 31, 1937.
* January 22. "The Tempest."
June 1, 1937-May 31, 1938.
* March 22. First Bill of Original Plays.
* April 18. "Six of Clubs"/"Man in the Bowler Hat."
* 1937. Folk Plays of The Carolina Playmakers.
June 1, 1938-May 31, 1939.
* December 11. "The Nativity."
* 1938. "Much Ado About Nothing."
June 1, 1939-May 31, 1940.
* 1939. "Romeo and Juliet."
* 1939. "Old 97."
June 1, 1940-May 31, 1941.
* November 13. "Sophisticated Freshman", "Infernal Triangle", "Funeral Flowers for the Bride."
* May 7. Two Brief Comedies.
June 1, 1942-May 31, 1943.
* February 25. Shakespeare's "Henry the Fourth Part 1."
June 1, 1947-May 31, 1948.
* November 19-21. "Claudia."
June 1, 1951-May 31, 1952.
* November 14-15. "See How They Run."
* February 1. "Gioconda Smile."
* April 16-17. "Papa is All."
* May 14 and 24. "Medea."
June 1, 1952-May 31, 1953.
* November 6-7. "January Thaw".
* April 30 and May 1. "The Hasty Heart."
June 1, 1953-May 31, 1954.
* November 11-12. "The Glass Machine."
* March 25-26. "Pygmalion."
* March 25-29. "As You Like It."
June 1, 1954-May 31, 1955.
* November 11-12. "Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit."
June 1, 1955-May 31, 1956.
* January 31-February 4. "The Little Foxes".
* May 1. "An Epic in American Christianity".
* May 26. "The Tempes"t: by William Shakespeare.
June 1, 1956-May 31, 1957.
* September 19-21. "Harvey."
* February 20. "Julius Caesar."
June 1, 1957-May 31, 1958.
* February 25. "The Eppie."
* May 3. Battle of Music - May Day.
1958.
* 1958. "Across the Border."
June 1, 1958-May 31, 1959.
* October 23-24, 30-31 and November 1. "Annie Get Your Gun."
* January 29-31. "Inherit the Wind."
* May 1. The Elon Players: Third Annual Banquet and Presentation of Awards.
* May 2. "South of the Border."
June 1, 1959-May 31, 1960.
* November 3-5. J.B.
June 1, 1960-May 31, 1961.
* February 2-4. "The Doctor in Spite of Himself."
June 1, 1962-May 31, 1963.
* March 22-23. "Bad Seed."
June 1, 1963-May 31, 1964.
* October 17. Informal Seminar: Staging Religious Drama Today.
* October 17. Lecture-Recital: The Three Beckets.
* October 18. Upperclassman Chapel.
* October 18. Class Lecture: Contemporary Christian Dramatists.
* October 18. Lecture-Recital: Medieval Mystery Plays.
* November 21-23. "Death of a Salesman."
* May 2. "Carnival."
* May 8-9. "Oedipus Rex": by Sophocles.
* 1964. New Directions for 1964.
June 1, 1964-May 31, 1965.
* Undated. "Ghosts."
June 1, 1965-May 31, 1966.
* November 4-6. "A Streetcar Named Desire."
June 1, 1966-May 31, 1967.
* November 8. "The Three Tabards of Shakespeare."
June 1, 1967-May 31, 1968.
* November 10-11, 13, 16-17, 20. "Arms and the Man."
* December 14-15. "Laughter and Tears."
* February 20-23. "Waiting for Godot."
June 1, 1972-May 31, 1973.
* February 9-10. "The Pirates of Penzance."
June 1, 1973-May 31, 1974.
* February 26. Richard D. Wordsworth.
June 1, 1975-May 31, 1976.
* September 28. "James O'Kelly-Southern Champion of Christian Freedom".
* February 10. "Mark Twain on Stage".
* April 10. "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere".
* April 21-25. "Count Dracula."
June 1, 1976-May 31, 1977.
* September 12. Richard Apperson, Organ Recital.
* September 21. Mac Frampton Triumvirate.
* September 28. "The Lion's Cub."
* September 29. An Evening with Irv Weiner.
* October 5. "The Marriage Game."
* October 7. Terry Cofield and Jeff Ishee.
* October 12. "Shadow in the Sun."
* October 19. "Horrible Conspiracies."
* October 26. "The Enterprise of England."
* October 28. Worship Services.
* October 31. Choral Vespers with College Choir.
* November 2. "Sweet England's Pride."
* November 5. Robert Langston, Organ Recital.
* November 8. Pops Concerts.
* November 9. Woman's Role in History: Past, Present and Future.
* November 11. Opera Scenes.
* November 16. Y. G. Srimati, Indian Instrumentalist.
* November 16. Woman as Portrayed in Art.
* November 18. Woman as Martyr.
* November 18. UNC- Greensboro Dance Company.
* November 23. Woman in the Judaic-Christian Traditions.
* November 30. Woman in Literature.
* December 2. Elon College Band Concerts.
* December 5. "Messiah."
* December 7. "Women in Politics".
* December 9. Christmas Carol Service.
* January 24. "Diary of a Country Priest".
* January 31. "Shop on Main Street".
* February 7. "Lower than the Angels."
* February 8. "The Virgin Spring".
* February 10. "Educating Space-Age Children".
* February 13. "The Harvest of the Seasons."
* February 14. "A Man for all Seasons".
* February 15. The Grain in the Stone.
* February 16. Alpha-Omega Players.
* February 21. "The Hidden Structure."
* February 22. "Music of the Spheres."
* February 28. "The Starry Messenger."
* March 1. "The Majestic Clockwork."
* March 7. "The Drive for Power."
* March 8. "The Ladder of Creation."
* March 14. College-Community Orchestra Concerts.
* March 15. Ron Hudson, Classical Guitarist.
* March 22. "World Within World."
* March 23. Avery County Mountain Cloggers.
* March 24. Col. Winfred Meibohm Lecturer.
* March 28. "Knowledge of Certainty."
* March 29. Nevin Miller, Scottish Baritone.
* April 4. "Generation Upon Generation."
* April 4-7. Competition: Virtue or Vice?.
* April 5. "The Long Childhood."
* April 6-7. Liberal Arts Spring Symposium.
* April 25. Elon College Community Orchestra Concert.
* April 28. Worship Service.
* May 5. Elon College Band Spring Concert.
June 1, 1977-May 31, 1978.
* November 21-22. "The Bartered Bride."
* December 1-4. "An Enemy of the People."
* April 25-26. "Krapp's Last Tape."
* April 25-26. "A Happy Ending."
June 1, 1986-May 31, 1987.
* 1986. "Love's Labour's Lost."
* November 6-8. "Black Comedy".
* November 6-8. "Talking With…".
* November 28. The Construction Company: Refreshing and Innovative.
* February 13 and 16. "Gilded Age."
* February 15. Acting Company picks Twain tale for travels.
Fall 1987.
* November 12-15. "Kennedy's Children."
June 1, 1987-May 31, 1988.
* Undated. An Evening of Student Directed One-Act Plays.
* November 21-22. The Construction Company Fall Review.
* February 22. Duquesne University Tamburitzans.
* March 1. The Anne Ellington Powell Master Artists Series - The Ballet of Los Angeles.
* April 4. "The Trickeries of Scapin."
* April 21. "Much Ado About Nothing."
June 1, 1988-May 31, 1989.
* Undated. "The Foreigner."
* September 7. "Macbeth."
* September 22. Two Plays To be presented at Elon.
* November 20-21. "On The Edge."
* January 23. The National Opera Company - Cinderella.
* February 9-12. Commedia Tonight!.
* February 13-14 and April 6-8. "The Dining Room."
* May 3-4. "Bits 'n Pieces": Collection of student-directed one acts.
June 1, 1989-May 31, 1990.
* October 24. Mark Twain on Tour.
* November 3-5. "South Pacific."
* February 2. African American Dance Ensemble.
* April 8. "A Peasant of El Salvador."
* April 20-21. Triple A Plowed Under: 1990.
1990s.
* Undated. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival Outreach Tours: William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors.
June 1, 1990-May 31, 1991.
* September 3-4. "Man of La Mancha Auditions."
* September 11. The Story Lady.
* September 27. Comedy of Errors show slated for Elon Show.
* October 1. Staging the Comedy of Errors.
* October 2. Comedy of Errors today at Elon.
* October 25. "Man of LaMancha."
* November 2-3. "Man of La Mancha."
* November 8. Mexican Ballet to appear at Elon.
* January 17. Elon College's Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre.
* February 11. "Athol Fugard's Master Harold and the Boys."
* February 12-13. Auditions for Our Town.
* March 5. Princeton Ballet.
* April 3. Young Artist Series: "Airjazz".
* April 8. "A Peasant of El Salvador."
* April 12-14. "Our Town."
* May 7-8. A Festival of One-Act Plays.
* May 17. Senior Showcase.
June 1, 1991-May 31, 1992.
* September 19-20. "Educating Rita."
* September 26. The Anne Ellington Powell Master Artists Series.
* October 4. Young Artist Series: Chicago City Limits.
* October 9. "As You Like It."
* October 31-November 3. "Fiddler on the Roof."
* November 9. "Triple Image".
* November 20. "South of the Mountain."
* February 26. Murder Mystery: Dinner Theatre.
* April 10-12. "The Importance of Being Earnest."
* April 15. "Ain't no use in goin home."
* May 18. J. Trevor Oxenham Senior Acting Recital.
1992.
* Undated. "Letters From Leokadia."
June 1, 1992-May 31, 1993.
* September 10. The Anne Ellington Powell Master Artists Series.
* September 23. "Dracula: The Ballet."
* November 5-8. "Anything Goes."
* November 16. The Shanghai Acrobats and Dance Theatre.
* November 16. "The Parade of Dynasties."
* February 24. "Lend me a Tenor."
* March 17. Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
* April 16-18. "Scapino."
1993.
* February 8. Camp Logan.
June 1, 1993-May 31, 1994.
* September 27. Dylan Thomas' "Under Milk Wood."
* January 18-20. "Tarradiddle Tales and Tarradiddle Travels."
* February 8. World War 1 Drama Camp Logan.
* February 10-12. "Godspell."
* February 17. Liz Lerman Dance Company and Jon Spelman.
* February 20-21. Auditions for "Crimes of the Heart."
* February 24. The Ranganiketan Manipuri Cultural Arts Troupe.
* February 26. First Collegiate Black Dance Competition.
* March 10. "A Doll House."
* March 21. James O'Kelly.
* April 15-17. "Crimes of the Heart."
* April 23. "Lazarus: A musical about Wealth and Poverty."
* April 29. Elon College Dancers to hold spring concert.
June 1, 1994-May 31, 1995.
* August 25. Dancer Kevin Locke.
* September 4-5. "Oklahoma" Auditions.
* September 14-15. "Love Letters" By A.R. Gurney.
* September 24. Performing Arts Collage.
* September 29. Comedian Carrot Top.
* September 29-30. Auditions for "What I Did Last Summer" and "The Shadow Box."
* October 5. "Romeo and Juliet."
* November 3-6. Performance Dates for "Oklahoma."
* November 7. Flamenco Dance Company.
* November 10. "Much Ado: About Nothing."
* January 20-22. "What I did Last Summer."
* February 10-12. "The Shadow Box."
* March 16. "My Children My Africa."
* March 21. Vic Theatre of London.
* April 20-23. "Quilters".
June 1, 1995-May 31, 1996.
* October 5. American Repertory Ballet.
* February 24. "Halley's Comet."
* April 12-13. "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
June 1, 1996-May 31, 1997.
* September 17. Zabava Folk Ballet of Russia.
* November 4. "Oh Mr. Faulkner Do You Write?".
* January 17-19. "Crackers!."
* January 24. Spanish Theater.
* February 25. "Man and Superman."
* April 18-20. "Dancing at Ughnasa."
June 1, 1997-May 31, 1998.
* November 18. "Mass Appeal."
* December 7. Christmas Love Feast and Candlelight Service.
* February 26. PEER.
June 1, 1998-May 31, 1999.
* September 10. "Nice Girls Don't Sweat."
* September 24. "The Odyssey."
* September 29. American Repertory Ballet - "Where the Wild Things Are" and "Billy the Kid."
* November 5-7. "Children of Eden."
* February 11-14. Company.
* April 15-18. "Lend me a Tenor."
* April 20. "If You Only Knew."
June 1, 1999-May 31, 2000.
* February 22. Ohio Ballet: Kings of Swing.
* April 13-16. William Shakespeare's "Macbeth."
June 1, 2000-May 31, 2001.
* October 3. North Carolina Dance Theatre.
* October 12-15. "Our Town."
* November 9-12. "The Secret Garden."
* January 18-21 and February 1-3. "Dearly Departed."
* February 15. "Driving Miss Daisy."
* February 20. "The Diary of Anne Frank."
* April 19-22. "Les Liaisons Dangereuses."
* May 4-5. Elon Dancers, Spring Dance Concert.
June 1, 2001-May 31, 2002.
* November 7-11. H"ow to Succeed in Business without Really Trying!."
* April 18-21. "You Can't Take It With You."
* May 3-4. Elon Dancers.
June 1, 2002-May 31, 2003.
* October 2-6. Dylan Thomas "Under Milk Wood."
* November 7. "The Music Man."
* January 17-19 and February 5-8. "The Comedy of Errors."
* February 13-16. "A Little Night Music."
* April 24-27. "The Crucible."
* June 1, 2003-May 31, 2004.
* September 21. Capitol Steps.
* October 6-10. "Brighton Beach Memoirs."
* October 28-30. "Jekyll and Hyde."
* March 16. The Anne Ellington Powell Master Artists Series: Russian National Ballet.
June 1, 2004-May 31, 2005.
* October 6-10. "Brighton Beach Memoirs."
* October 28-November 7. "Jekyll and Hyde."
* January 20-February 5. "Two Gentlemen of Verona."
* April 21-24. "Picasso at the Lapin Agile."
* April 29-30. One Act Plays.
* May 5-7. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
June 1, 2005-May 31, 2006.
* September 8. "The Adventures of Robin Hood."
* September 13. American Masterpieces of Dance.
* September 14-15. "Much Ado About Nothing" and "Richard III."
* September 30-October 1. Collage.
* October 4. "Women of Broadway."
* October 5-9. Hotel Baltimore.
* October 26-November 5. "West Side Story."
* November 18-19. Acting Up!.
* November 21. Ballet Flamenco Jose Porcel in Concert.
* December 3. Evening of Improv.
* December 6-7. "Proof".
* December 7. Evening of Student Choreography.
* January 13. Selections of James Joyces and Ulysses.
* January 16. Talent Show.
* January 19-22. The Heidi Chronicles.
* January 24. Mini-Dance Concert.
* February 9-12. "Urinetown-The Musical".
* February 17-18. Just Dancing Around.
* February 19. "The Vagina Monologues".
* February 23. Step Afrika.
* February 24-25. Quickies.
* March 1-5. Southeastern Theatre Conference.
* March 8-9. "John and Jen".
* March 31-April 1. Grand Night for Singing.
* April 20. Character Monologues from Master's "Spoon River Anthologies".
* April 20-23. "The Trojan Women".
* April 28-29. Festival of Student-Directed One Acts.
* May 4-7. Spring Dance Concert - Ava LaVonne Vinesett.
* May 8. "Coming Together" : A Broadway Cares Benefit Concert.
June 1, 2006-May 31, 2007.
* August 9. N*W*C Diversity Program.
* September 5. The Spencers Theater of Illusion.
* September 11. "The Guys".
* September 13. Richmond Ballet presents: American Masterpieces of Dance.
* September 17. Greensboro Playwrights Forum.
* October 4-10. Blues For An Alabama Sky.
* October 26. Multicultural Dance Party.
* October 26-28 and November 3-5. "Carousel."
* November 12-14. "Steel Magnolias."
* December 7. "Two Sisters and a Piano".
* January 13. "Bring Me to Light" - Broadway Cares Benefit Concert.
* January 19-31 and February 1-3. "The Marriage of Bette and Boo".
* February 8-11. "A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine".
* February 18. "The Vagina Monologues."
* February 28. The Peking Acrobats.
* March 2-3. "Just Dancing Around."
* March 7. "Kinsey Sicks."
* March 30-31. Grand Night XV.
* April 2-3. Department of Performing Arts presents Senior Dance Concert.
* April 3. "Peggy".
* April 19-21. "She Stoops to Conquer".
* April 22. "Doo Wop Sock Hop: Pudge and the Oaktones."
* April 26. Discussions with Scott Bradley.
* May 3-5. Elon Dancers Spring Concert.
* May 5. Dance Rock Show.
June 1-December 31, 2007.
* June 14. John McCutcheon.
* June 23. The Otesha Creative Arts Ensemble.
* June 29. Acting Scenes.
* July 11-August 15. "Jesus Christ Superstar."
* July 12-14. "Larger Than Life: The Performance of Live."
* August 28. NWC.
* September 4. "One Nation, Under Blog."
* September 23. Movement in the Landscape.
* September 25. Dance Alloy Theater.
* September 28. "The Exonerated."
* September 28-29. Performing Arts Collage.
* October 3-9. Marisol.
* October 19. Dance Salon.
* October 26. Mike Birbiglia.
* October 25-27 and November 2-4. Cabert.
* November 17-18. Fall Dance Concert.
* November 18-19. "Get Your Act Together."
* November 29. "The Healing Force."
* December 2-4. "Company A Musical Comedy."
January 1-May 31, 2008.
* January 12. Broadway Cares.
* January 18-23 and February 5-8. "Cherry Orchard."
* February 8. Djembe Fire Dancers.
* February 14-19. Phantom Shows.
* March 6. "Swan Lake."
* April 4-5. Grand Night XVI.
* April 11-12. "Commedia Project".
* April 13-15. 2008 Senior Showcase a Collaboration of Movement.
* April 24-27. William Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream."
* April 27-28. Tapped Out.
* May 8-10. Reflections.
* May 11-13. "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress."
June 1-December 31, 2008.
* September 11. "Arche Dream for Humankind."
* September 21. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 8-14. "The Pavilion."
* October 22-23. Choreography Salon.
* October 30-November 1 and 7-9. "Sweeny Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street."
* November 16-18. The BFA Acting Senior Seminar Presents "Boeing-Boeing."
* November 21-23. Dancing in the Black Box.
January 1-May 31, 2009.
* January 16. Broadway Cares.
* January 21. Performance and dialogue with Liz Maxwell.
* January 22-26 and February 4-7. "The Country Wife."
* February 12-14. "Nine."
* February 23. "A Journey of Friends".
* February 27-28 and March 1. Dance works.
* March 5. The Russian National Ballet Theatre performs "Cinderella" (Elon University Lyceum Series).
* March 6. Black and White Ball.
* April 3-4. Grand Night for Singing XVII.
* April 5-7. Senior Dance Concert.
* April 10. Musical Theater Freshmen Showcase.
* April 15. "It's All Done with Mirrors".
* April 23-25. Noises Off.
* April 26-27. Tapped Out!.
* April 28-May 2. Black Box festival.
* May 4. "Miche are Little People too!: Some Problems of the Living Laboratory".
* May 7-9. Vibe.
June 1-December 31, 2009.
* September 2. Step Afrika.
* September 19. Improv!.
* September 25. Collage.
* September 27. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 7-12. "Psycho Beach Party."
* October 22. "The Secret Life of the Bees."
* October 22-23. Choreography Salon I and II.
* October 29-31 and November 8. "Kiss Me Kate."
* November 12-14. Dancing in the Black Box.
* December 6-8. "Assassins."
January 1-May 31, 2010.
* January 16. Elon's 5th Annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit concert.
* January 21-25 and February 3-6. "The Time of Your Life."
* February 11-14. "110 in the Shade."
* February 13. "Cocktails and A Musical" sponsored by the ELON MBA Student-Alumni Association.
* February 17. N*W*C the race show.
* February 18-20. Area Actors perform Monologues.
* February 24. Nicholas Leichter Dance.
* February 25. Commedia dell'Arte Day.
* February 26-28. Dance Works: Student Choreography Concert.
* March 10-12. Speak Truth to Power: "Voices from Beyond the Dark".
* March 14-16. Elon University Senior Seminar Series Presents: "Little Women the Musical."
* April 11-13. Bachelor of Fine Arts majors presenting choreographic research.
* April 22-25. "Love's Labor's Lost."
* April 25-26. Tapped Out!.
* April 27-29 and May 1. "i.d. an original musical."
* April 27-29 and May 1. "Jake's Women."
* May 6-8. Elements Dance Concert.
* May 10-12. "Laramie Project."
* May 9-11. Elon University Senior Seminar presents Metamorphoses.
* June 1-December 31, 2010.
* September 10-11. NC Dance: Past… Present… Future.
* September 27. "Women of the Mexican Revolution."
* October 1-2. Collage.
* October 6-12. Hedda Gabler.
* October 21-22. Elon University Department of Performing Arts Presents: Choreography Salon I and II.
* October 25. "Thinking of the Way to the Yoshiwara: Writing and Pictures About the Trip to Edo's Courtesan District."
* October 28-30 and November 5-7. The Elon University Department of Performing Arts presents "Children of Eden."
* November 9. "Runt of the Litter."
* November 11-14. Dancing in the Black Box.
January 1-May 31, 2011.
* January 15. Broadway Cares.
* January 20-24 and February 2-5. "Crimes of the Heart."
* January 21-22. Tapped Out!.
* February 10-13. "RENT."
* February 11. 2011 Lunar New Year.
* February 14. "The Vagina Monologues."
* March 8. Russian National Ballet Theatre.
* March 14. Euripides' "Hippolytus."
* April 3-6. Dance works Student Choreography Concert.
* April 9. Elon's Finest Spring Show.
* April 11-13. "Many Sparrows."
* April 14-17. "Ajax" by Sophocles.
* May 5-7. On That Note… An Evening of Dance and Music.
* May 6-8. "It's Only Life."
June 1-December 31, 2011.
* September 6-7. "The Second City Goes to College: the Fafsa and the Furious."
* September 27. Golden Dragon Acrobats.
* October 5-10. "Getting Out."
* October 20-21. Choreography Salon - Elon Dance Company.
* October 21-22. Instant Laughter: Improvisational Comedy.
* October 27-29. "Hair."
* November 10-12. Dancing in the Black Box - Elon Dance Company.
* November 14. Anuradha Murali Dance Lecture and Demonstration.
* November 17-19. "Dancing at Lughnasa."
* November 18-20. Whale Music.
* November 28. "It Gets Better."
* December 4-6. "Come So Far."
* December 16-17. North Carolina Black Repertory Company presents "Black Nativity."
January 1-May 31, 2012.
* January 14. Elon Cares.
* January 19-February 4. "Macbeth."
* January 23-24. "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme."
* February 9-12. "She Loves Me."
* February 14. "The Vagina Monologues."
* February 16-18. One Act Play Festival.
* February 28. "The Taming of the Shrew."
* March 8. Richmond Ballet.
* March 10-11. Dance works.
* March 13. Dancing Across Religions: Embodied Yearnings for the Divine.
* April 13-14 and 16. "Dark Play, or Stories for Boys" by Carlos Murillo.
* April 19-22. "Pride and Prejudice."
* April 26. Outdoor Dance Improvisation Concert.
* May 3. Brittany Weir and Friends Showcase.
* May 3-5. Fused Moves.
June 1-December 31, 2012.
* September 25. The Spencers: Theatre of Illusion.
* September 30. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 5-11. "Story of Home."
* October 18-20. Choreography I and II Salons.
* October 25-November 3. "Crazy for You."
* November 8-10. Dancing in the Black Box.
January 1-May 31, 2013.
* January 18-February 9. Cloud 9.
* Jaunary 23. "Une soirée absurde."
* January 24. "Runaway."
* February 14-17. "The Wild Party."
* February 21. "Jesus Had Two Daddies."
* February 23. Craig Carnelia Master Class
* March 7. Ailey II.
* March 9-10. DanceWorks Concert.
* March 17 and 19. "Let Me Be Your Star" Freshamn Showcase.
* April 5-6. Grand Night.
* April 24-27. "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee."
* May 2. Elon's Finest Spring Show.
* May 5. Kaila Merrill Showcase.
* May 9-11. Moving Visuals.
* May 11. Homme/Animal
June 1, 2013-December 31, 2013.
* September 14. Elon Improv Olympics.
* September 24. Kenya Safari Acrobats
* October 3-9. "The Children's Hour."
* October 17. Resurrection Dance Theater of Haiti, "Rhythms of the Heart."
* October 24-26, October 31-November 2. "Ragtime."
* November 7-9. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 15-16. Senior Showcase.
* December 3. Holiday Cabaret.
January 1, 2014-May 31, 2014.
* February 5-8. "Much Ado About Nothing."
* February 7. "Embracing History to Spring Forward."
* February 9. David Ellzey, "The Sound of One Hand Laughing."
* February 14. "The Vagina Monologues."
* February 13-16. "1776."
* March 6. Moscow Festival Ballet "The Sleeping Beauty."
* March 13-15. "Looking Back to Spring Forward."
* April 5. First Annual NC Triad Choreography Showcase.
* April 10-13. Tony Kushner's "Angels in American- Part One: MIllennium Approaches."
* May 1-3. "HeadVoice: A Song Cycle."
* May 8-10. Senior Thesis Dance Concert.
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Undated.
* Undated. The Elon Players present Hamlet.
* January 16. "Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?".
* January 16. Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS Benefit Concert.
* February 15-18. Telethon '63.
* February 27-28. Elon Performing Arts Senior Seminar Series Presents The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged.
* April 18-20. Dancing at Lughnasa.
* October 20. Women of the Bible.
* November 11-12. Tintypes.
June 1, 1988-May 31, 1989.
* April 6-9. The Dining Room.
June 1, 1989-May 31, 1990.
* November 3-5. South Pacific.
* April 20-21. Triple A Plowed Under: 1990
June 1, 1990-May 31, 1991.
* November 2-4. Man of LaMancha.
* April 12-14. Our Town.
June 1, 1991-May 31, 1992.
* October 31-November 3. Fiddler on the Roof.
* April 10-12. The Importance of Being Earnest.
June 1, 1994-May 31, 1995.
* January 20-22. What I Did Last Summer.
June 1, 1996-May 31, 1997.
* Crackers!
January 1, 2003-May 31, 2003.
* February 27. Koresh Dance.
June 1, 2006-May 31, 2007.
* September 13. Richmond Ballet Presents: American Masterpieces of Dance.
* January 19-23 and 31 and February 1-3. The Marriage of Bette and Boo.
* April 2-3. Elon Senior Dance Concert.
* April 19-22. She Stoops to Conquer.
June 1-December 31, 2007.
* September 4. One Nation, Under Blog.
* October 25-27 and November 2-4. Cabaret.
* November 17-18. Fall Dance Concert.
January 1-May 31, 2008.
* January 18-23 and February 5-8. The Cherry Orchard.
* March 6. Swan Lake.
* April 4-5. Grand Night XVI.
* April 13-15. Senior Showcase: A Collaboration of Movement.
* April 24-27. William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
* April 27-28. Tapped Out!.
* May 8-10. Reflections.
* May 11-13. Senior Seminar Series Presents Five Women Wearing the Same Dress.
June 1-December 31, 2008.
* September 11. Arche Dream for Humankind: A Multi disciplinary Mask Theatre Company Using Dance, Pantomime, and Puppetry.
* September 21. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 8-14. The Pavilion.
* October 22-23. Choreography Salon.
* October 30-November 1 and 7-9. Sweeney Todd.
* November 16-17. The BFA Acting Senior Seminar Presents Boeing-Boeing.
* November 21-23. Dancing in the Black Box.
January 1-May 31, 2009.
* January 22-26 and February 4-7. The Country Wife.
* February 12-15. Nine.
* February 27-28 and March 1. Dance Works.
* March 5. The Russian National Ballet Theatre Performs Cinderella.
* April 5-7. Elon Senior Dance Concert.
* April 23-26. Noises Off.
* May 2. Elan A Night at the Rock Opera.
June 1-December 31, 2009.
* September 27. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 7-12. Psycho Beach Party.
* October 22. American Place Theatre Presents The Secret Life of Bees.
* October 29-31 and November 6-7. Kiss Me Kate.
* December 6-8. Assassins.
January 1-May 31, 2010.
* January 21-25 and February 3-6. The Time of Your Life.
* February 11-14. 110 In the Shade.
* February 18-20. Area Actors Perform Monologues.
* February 24. Nicholas Leichter Dance.
* February 26-28. Dance Works.
* March 14-16. Little Women the Musical.
* April 22-25. Love's Labor's Lost.
* April 25-26. Tapped Out!.
* May 6-8. Elements Dance Concert.
* May 9-11. Metamorphoses.
June 1-December 31, 2010.
* October 6-12. Hedda Gabler.
* October 21-22. Choreography Salon.
* October 28-30 and November 5-7. Children of Eden.
* November 9. Bo Eason "Runt of the Litter".
* November 11-14. Dancing in the Black Box.
January 1-May 31, 2011.
* January 20-24 and February 2-5. Crimes of the Heart.
* January 21-22. Tapped Out!.
* February 4. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
* May 5-7. On That Note...Dance Concert.
June 1-December 31, 2011.
* September 6-7. The Second City Goes to College: The Fafsa and the Furious.
* September 27. Golden Dragon Acrobats.
* October 5-11. Getting Out.
* October 20-21. Choreography Salon.
* October 27-29 and November 3-5. Hair.
* November 10-12. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 14. Anuradha Murali Dance Lecture and Demonstration.
* November 17-19. Dancing at Lughnasa: Whale Music.
* November 28. Alpha Psi Omega Presents: It Gets Better.
* December 4-6. Come So Far.
January 1-May 31, 2012.
* Janary 19-23, February 1-4. Macbeth.
* January 20-21. Tapped Out!
* February 9-12. She Loves Me.
* February 23-25. Senior Thesis Dance Concert.
* February 28. Taming of the Shrew.
* March 1-3. Moving Forward.
* March 8. Richmond Ballet.
* March 13. Dancing Across Religions: Embodied Yearnings for the Divine.
* April 19-22. Pride and Prejudice.
* Arpil 25-28. Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.
* May 1-2. Charlie Johnson: A Step in the Right Direction.
* May 3-5. Fused Moves.
June 1-December 31, 2012.
* September 25. The Spencers Theatre of Illusion.
* September 28-29. Collage.
* September 30. Dance in the Landscape.
* October 5-11. Story of Home.
* October 18-19. Choregraphy Salon with Elon Dance Company.
* October 25-27 and November 1-3. Crazy For You.
* November 8-10. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 14, 16, 17. Beautiful Bodies.
* November 15, 17, 18. The 1999 Graduating Class of: Columbinus.
* December 2-4. Into the Woods.
Janaury 1-May 31, 2013.
* Janaury 10. Incognito.
* January 18-23, February 6-9. Cloud 9.
* February 14. The Vagina Monologues 2013.
* February 14-17. The Wild Party.
* March 9-10. Danceworks Annual Student Choreography Concert.
* April 11-14. August: Osage County.
* April 17-20. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
* May 9-11. Moving Visuals.
June 1, 2013-December 31, 2013.
* September 24. Kenya Safari Acrobats.
* September 27-28. Collage.
* October 3-9. The Children's Hour.
* October 17-18. Choreography Salon.
* October 24-26, October 31-November 2. Ragtime.
* November 7-9. Dancing in the Black Box.
* November 15-16. Senior Showcase.
* November 20-21. Glengarry Glen Ross.
* November 23-25. The Rocky Horror Show.
January 1, 2014-May 31, 2014.
* January 24-28, Feburary 5-8. "Much Ado About Nothing."
* Janaury 24-25. Tapped Out!
* February 13-16. "1776."
* February 25-27. The Fellows' New Works Festival.
* March 1. "Chasing Fate": A Senior Seminar Dance Concert.
* March 6. Moscow Festival Ballet: "The Sleeping Beauty."
* March 13-15. "Looking Back to Spring Forward."
* April 10-13. "Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches."
* May 1-3. "HeadVoice: A Song Cycle."
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