Hartke and Callan Theatres - The Catholic University of America

4/23 - 4/26

The Revolutionists

Set during the French Revolution, the dark comedy follows four women from different backgrounds as they struggle to thrive during the war. At the Hartke Theatre.

Dance Place's NEXTgeneration Showcase

Showcasing the talent of Dance Place's Kids on the Move students and Coyaba Academy's students in African, ballet, tap, hip-hop and more. At the Hartke Theatre.

Editorial Review

Hartke Theatre, built in 1971, seats 600 on its single-level, steeply raked orchestra section before a raised proscenium stage.

Callan Theatre, adjacent to the Hartke, is a 100-seat, flexible-thrust stage facility, which offers an intimate theatrical space. No seat is more than a few feet from the performance area.

Students of the drama department put on five or six plays a year in these halls. Off-campus groups have rented the space for performances of such works as Harold Pinter's "The Hothouse" and Tom Stoppard's "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead."

-- Brad Hathaway