UNT Dance & Theatre's facilities include wood and sprung floors, large rehearsal/class studios and a 409 seat performance venue.

Sep - Oct
24 - 04
Fefu and Her Friends by Maria Irene Fornes
UNT - RTFP Building - Studio Theater, (All day)
Nov
05 - 08
The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry
UNT - RTFP Building - University Theater, (All day)
Nov
20 - 22
New Choreographers Concert 2015
UNT - RTFP Building - University Theater, (All day)
Feb
11 - 14
Faculty Dance Concert 2016
UNT - RTFP Building - University Theater, (All day)
Feb
13
Dance Entrance Auditions
UNT - DATH Building, 1:00 pm

Productions & Ticket Purchasing

2015 - 2016 Season

Fefu and Her Friends

By Maria Irene Fornes

Directed By Faculty Member Sally Vahle

September 24, 25, & 26 @ 7:30 pm
October 1, 2, 3 @ 7:30 pm
September 27 & October 4 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - Studio Theater

$7.50 Students, UNT Facutly/Staff, Seniors
$10.00 Adults

Join Fefu, a young woman in 1935 New England, and her compatriots as they join forces to mount a skit for charity. A story of the struggle for equality between men and women in a time when it was sorely lacking, Fefu and Her Friends sheds light on the rather sizeable social gap between the two genders. As Fefu attempts to straddle this divide with her dominant and innately controlling behavior, one has to wonder if the gap between the sexes can indeed be bridged.


The Philadelphia Story

By Philip Barry

Guest Directed By David Denson

November 5, 6, & 7 @ 7:30 pm
November 8 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - University Theater

$7.50 Students, UNT Faculty/Staff, Seniors
$10.00 Adults

A true comedy of manners, The Philadelphia Story, follows the unlucky, or some would say too lucky in love, Tracy Lord and her antics during the time around her wedding in 1930’s Philadelphia. Contemporizing the nature of divorce in an exceedingly witty fashion, this fast talking comedy shines a light on the social hierarchy of the era while maintaining an uncanny amount of humor and levity. The delightful hijinks of the young heroine ensure an incredibly uproarious truly touching experience for audiences.


New Choreographers Concert

Artistic Director and Faculty Member Mary Lynn Babcock

November 20 & 21 @ 7:30 pm
November 21 & 22 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - University Theater

$5.00 General Admission

A showcase of original dance works created by advanced choreography students.


Faculty Dance Concert

Artistic Director and Faculty Member Robin Lakes

February 11, 12, 13 @ 8:00 pm
February 14 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - University Theater

$7.50 Students, UNT Faculty/Staff, Seniors
$10.00 Adults

UNT faculty present an exciting night of original dance works.


Dancing at Lughnasa

By Brian Friel

Directed By Faculty Member Marjorie Hayes

March 10, 11, 23, 24, & 25 @ 7:30 pm
March 12 & 26 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - Studio Theater

$7.50 Students, UNT Faculty/Staff, Seniors
$10.00 Adults

Take a journey to the small Irish borough of Ballybeg and experience the lives of the charmingly madcap Mundy sisters and their young charge, Michael. With the return of their brother, a missionary in Uganda, now sick and having lost his faith, the need to maintain a positive reputation in the eyes of the Catholic Church becomes a central concern in the lives of the relatively indigent family. This play truly personifies the adage that “bad things happen to good people.”


Merry Wives of Windsor

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Adjunct Faculty Member Valerie Hauss-Smith

April 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, & 30 @ 7:30 pm
April 24 & May 1 @ 2:00 pm

Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts Building (RTFP) - University Theater

$7.50 Students, UNT Faculty/Staff, Seniors
$10.00 Adults

Steal away to the small town of Windsor in this hilarious Shakespearean romp about the true values of love and trust. Follow the mistresses Ford and Page on their common quest to humiliate a rather brazen and wholly inappropriate suitor with passion and precision. This and much more as the zany denizens of the hamlet make and break alliances scheming in the name of love, lust, honor, and jealousy.