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Live Performances Return To Kimball Theatre This Fall

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WILLIAMSBURG-The College of William & Mary’s Theatre and Dance Department released its lineup for the 2021-2022 Season, which will bring back live shows to the historic Kimball Threatre in Merchants Square.

William & Mary’s new theatre season will focus on the theme of “life’s questions” and will open on October 7 with Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves. The show, about a girls’ soccer team, will run through October 10.

Other fall performances include Dancevent featuring original works performed by Orchesis Modern Dance Company with other special guests as well as members of the college’s dance faculty. The show will run October 28-31 in the studio space of Adair Hall. An adaption of French playwright Moliere’s The Imaginary Invalid is scheduled for November 18-21.

The spring lineup includes A Tempest, March 3-6; An Evening Of Dance, March 31-April 3; and the musical Company, April 21-May 1.

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