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CCM DRAMA 2014-2015 Season

For TICKETS call the CCM Box Office at 513-556-4183.

by William Shakespeare
dir. Brant Russell

1-5 October, 2014

8 pm evening curtain time
2 pm matinee curtain time on Saturday and Sunday

11th century Scotland - a world of brutality, wickedness, and armor.  In this dark, twisted landscape, Macbeth will go to any means necessary to prove that he’s a man.  With the help of his wife, and pushed by a trio of gnarly creatures, witches who were women once, Macbeth schemes to take the throne and eliminate anyone standing in his way.

Paid Admission as part of the Mainstage Series

by Stephen Karam
dir. Richard E. Hess

6-8 November, 2014

8 pm evening curtain time
2 pm matinee curtain time on Saturday

"Stephen Karam’s dark comedy seems to be about a frumpy girl, a nerdy guy and an openly gay guy who band together to disclose the truth about a teacher who preys on his male students. But that topical plot is almost window dressing. The play’s real accomplishment is its picture of the borderland between late adolescence and adulthood, where grown-up ideas and ambition coexist with childish will and bravado."

- Caryn James, The New York Times

by Wendy Wasserstein    
dir. Richard E. Hess

11-15 February, 2014

8 pm evening curtain time
2 pm matinee curtain time on Saturday and Sunday

Wendy Wasserstein’s groundbreaking and moving examination of feminism and its evolution from the 1960s through the 1990s.  Winner of the 1989 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. Sexuality, feminism, education, gender equality, marriage, women’s rights: there’s no hot-button issue this play doesn’t touch.  This penetrating comedy asks ‘Will our ideals stand the test of time, and what do they cost us?’

Paid Admission as part of the Mainstage Series


A Festival of Student Created
New Works

11-13 March, 2014

7 pm evening curtain time

Six teams of actors. Six original 30-minute shows.
Fifty-two actors.  Three performance venues.
Transmigration: expect the unexpected.

“Thanks to the drama program at UC’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), theater fans were offered a jolt of onstage vitality.”: -Rick Pender, CITYBEAT

Free Admission

You're Welcome
(A Cycle of Bad Plays)

by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen, deveolped by Oliver Butler
made by The Debate Society
dir. Brant Russell

23-25 April , 2015

8 pm evening curtain time
2 pm matinee curtain time on Saturday

You're Welcome is a collection of five small plays about creation and failure; a unified theatrical myth that tells the story of an invented band of performers and their catastrophic attempts at connection. The plays are also about love, death, desire, tragedy, comedy, drunk driving, sexiness, beauty, loss, the battle between good and evil, a baby born wearing a hat. And theatre.

Class of 2008 in New York

The CCM Drama Class of 2008 in New York at the Music Box Theatre after seeing CCM Drama alumnus Aaron Serotsky (CCM Drama 1997) in the Tony Award winning Best Play
by Tracy Letts

Senior Showcase 2015

30 March, 2015 at 1:00, 3:00 or 7:00 p.m. at

The Mint Theatre
in New York

14 April, 2015 at 1:00, 4:00, or 7:00 p.m. at

The Falcon Theatre
4252 Riverside Drive
Burbank, California 91505
in Los Angeles

27 March, 2015 at 2:00 and 7:00 p.m.
in the Patricia Corbett Theatre

The 7:00 p.m. performance will be followed immediately by the
13th Annual DOLLY Awards and reption in the Baur Room

E-mail for reservations in New York or Los Angeles or for more information


For tickets to the Mainstage shows call 513-556-4183

Studio productions are free, but ticketed.

Please call the CCM Box Office by calling 513-556-4183 beginning at 12:00 noon on the Monday of show week to make your reservations.

If you are at all interested in CCM Drama come see a show!
Stay for the day and shadow a student through classes, tour the facilities, and see a show.

You're always welcome!

Three Sisters

Bennett Bradley and Claron Hayden in Three Sisters