This event is free but advanced tickets are required.
The Department of Music presents a Singers’ Theatre Workshop production of “Company,” a musical comedy by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth. Written in 1970 “Company” still speaks to our current society. After two years of lockdowns, social distancing, and isolation/quarantine there is nothing most of us want more than company. We follow Bobby as he comes to grips with being 35, being alone, being with somebody not just some body, and most importantly being alive. This Singers’ Theatre production is set firmly in the 21st century, with cell phones replacing answering machines and cultural references and commentary more tailored to our society’s sensibilities.
Sondheim died in November of 2021. The musical theatre world lost a genius, a role model, and a force of nature. While this production was planned long before Sondheim’s death, we are honored to dedicate this performance to his memory.
Masks are required in the Eisner Center at all times, and we strongly encourage the use of high quality masks (N95, KN95, KF94).
In addition to the Denison community, we are currently able to welcome vaccinated family members of Denison students, faculty, and staff and a limited number of vaccinated community members. You will be required to submit either your Denison D# or share your proof of vaccination when ordering your ticket. Family and Public ticket availability ends 24 hrs before the event.
Large performance spaces will continue to have a reduced seating capacity of 70%.
All events are subject to change.
Performance Dates and Times are as follows:
- Friday, January 28, at 7 p.m.
- Saturday, January 29, at 7 p.m.
- Sunday, January 30, at 2 p.m.