BYU-I Theater and Dance Department perform “Man of La Mancha”


The Theatre and Dance Department at BYU-I has six productions a year, and here is one you don’t want to miss. BYU-Idaho’s Theatre and Dance Department will be showing “Man of La Mancha” the last week of February and the first few days of March.

“Man of La Mancha” is presented as a play within a play. It tells the story of Don Quixote, an aging knight “who refuses to relinquish his ideals or his passion.” It is a remarkable musical that was actually one of the first plays to put a historical story to music.

Do you love a good musical? Have a vendetta against windmills? Come and check out the college theater department perform “Man of La Mancha.”

Opening night is Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Snow Black Box Theater. The musical will run Feb. 21-24, 27-28, and March 1-3. Tickets are $3 for students and $6 for the general public, with no admission for children under six.

Also, don’t miss the production of “Silent Sky” later in the semester! Showing dates are March 21-24th and 27-30th.