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UPSTATE THEATRE 2020-2021 SEASON

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Pre-recorded performance

"Haste still pays haste, and leisure answers leisure; Like doth quit like, and measure still for measure." (Act V, Scene I)

In all Shakespeare’s canon, "Measure for Measure" is among one of the most passionately discussed plays. This play deals with power and its abuse; with morality and its corruption; with sexual harassment and its damage; and, with basic fairness and how it’s manipulated: "some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall."

We invite those of you who were unable to attend a live performance the opportunity to view a pre-recorded performance of Measure for Measure. You can view the recording here. (Please note that the recording does not play automatically. You will need to click the triangle play button at the bottom of your screen.)

We hope you enjoy the performance. We look forward to being back on the Main Stage in the fall and hope to see you all there for another great season.

If you would like to make a lasting and transformative contribution to our program, please consider donating to the Upstate Theatre Fund.

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April 22-24 at 7 p.m. | Virtual Event


April Showers - Written and Directed by McCray Earls

An original piece written from interviews regarding the death of a family member that passed due to a car crash.

All Bite - Written and Directed by Hope Phillips

When Kate’s boyfriend, Adam, murders her and she wakes up in the body of his beloved dog, it’s a four-legged race against the clock for her to try and save his next victim.

This will be a showcase with a brief intermission in between performances. Performances are free and will be held virtually via Zoom. RSVP required. Sign up here!


Spring 2021 Senior Seminar Projects 

Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 7 p.m. | Hybrid Event (You may attend in-person or watch via live-streaming)

The Other Room - Directed by Marshall Branham

Austin is a young high schooler with a bright mind and fairly severe autism. While he connects with a girl from his class, his mind is filled with thoughts that try to guide him through. 

Performances are free and will be a blend of live and virtual acting. Live viewing will be held in the USC Upstate Performing Arts Center - Studio Theatre. Seating will be limited. RSVP required. Sign up here!

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