In 1984, George Orwell created a dystopian landscape to examine the consequences of a totalitarian government ruling Great Britain. In this adaptation, the people are in a perpetual state of war and under constant surveillance. The Party subtly controls all aspects of its citizens’ lives, down to what they think, believe, and remember. In an atmosphere of lies and suppression, one man explores memory and love to find meaning and hope. Winston Smith and Julia risk their lives for love and freedom of expression. How does your past inform your future? In our current politically challenging and unsettling time, TU’s multi-media production of 1984 brings this question into shockingly sharp focus. Directed by Laura Skoch.
Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell (Copyright, 1949) by permission of Bill Hamilton as the Literary Executor of the Estate of the Late Sonia Brownell Orwell, adapted by Andrew White.
Admission is $15 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and area students, and $6 for TU students, faculty and staff. Local high school students receive one free ticket with I.D. Alumni receive a free ticket with the purchase of a regular priced ticket.
Please call 918-631-2566 for information about special 10:00am Thursday/Friday performances for High School groups.
Tickets may be purchased online at myticketoffice.com, by phone at 918-631-2567 or at the Kendall Hall box office on the TU campus.
Sunday, February 25 at 2:00pm
Kendall Hall, Chapman Theatre
601 South College Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700