THEATRE AND MEDIA ARTS

ILLUSIONARY TALES

October 29th – 31st, 7:30 pm

  • Balete Drive, the legend from Hispanic American folklore
  • The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
  • For Such a Time as This, from Yiddish folklore. A practical research project featuring the Design and Technology area in our department.

LIVESTREAM INFO

Due to the limits of our live performance licensing, plays can only be broadcast live and are not available after the performance in any form. We apologize in advance for any possible interruptions or technical difficulties that may arise during the performance. Please note that audio or visual disruptions are subject to sources beyond our control. If you experience any difficulties with the stream or have questions about performance live streaming, please visit our FAQ page.

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POST-STREAM DISCUSSION

In keeping with tradition, following the conclusion of the Thursday, October 29 performance, we invite you to join us for our traditional Thursday evening post-show discussion with our designers and dramaturgs. You can join to make comments, ask questions, or just listen to the conversation. The discussion will begin right after the performance and will run for about 15 minutes at the following link:  http://bit.ly/TMApostshow

To learn more about this, or any, of our BYU TMA productions, visit 4thwalldramaturgy.byu.edu.