Theatre at Grand View
Presenting four diverse and engaging productions each Academic year, Grand View Theatre Arts involves students from across the campus in its lively productions. Audiences will enjoy performances ranging from edgy contemporary plays to Shakespeare; rollicking comedies to classic dramas. And in that mix every year is our yearly play for young audiences, a free, family-friendly play that is crafted to entertain the young and young at heart.
Come see Grand View University students SHINE on the stage!
Join us in our beautiful Viking Theatre for one of our wonderful upcoming productions.
WILD WIDOW POKER
February 20 - 23
Grand View Theatre Arts, in collaboration with Pyramid Theatre Company, is proud to present the premier production of Wild Widow Poker, written by Grand View University’s own Dr. A’ndrea J. Wilson. This thought-provoking exploration of the Civil Rights Movement from the lens of wealthy African Americans is an unique experience you will not want to miss!
Chicago, 1963. As four women gather regularly to work on their poker faces and enjoy benefits of being members of an elite, black-owned, country club, the world around them grapples with the legality of segregation. Although “Bombingham, Alabama” is over six hundred miles away, the impact its of race relations, is far reaching, forcing even affluent Northerners to ask themselves, when do you decide to do something courageous?
- February 20, 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m.
- February 23 at 2 p.m.
$10 General Admission
(GV Faculty, Staff and ANY Student are Free)