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Saturday, April 27 - Sunday, April 28
The Library
Repeats every 1 Day(s), from 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Location: Black Box Theatre, Fitz Hall

Matinee Performances

Co-produced by the Theatre, Dance and Performance Technology Program, The Playground, Human Rights Studies and the Human Rights Center.

The Theatre, Dance and Performance Technology Program is partnering with local professional theatre company The Playground to co-produce The Library by renowned screenwriter Scott Z. Burns.

Sixteen-year-old Caitlin Gabriel has just survived a deadly shooting at her school. Now, she struggles to tell her story to her parents, the authorities, and anyone who will listen. This bold and chilling play investigates the media storm that follows any tragedy and the way stories get twisted and turned. It shines a light on our obsession with needing to place blame and the way we all fight to discover the truth and find justice. The Library asks questions but leaves the audience to contemplate the answers.


General Admission: $12

Students and Faculty: $8*

  • *with UD ID card unless otherwise noted.
  • Call the Box Office at 937-229-2545 or visit
Contact Information:
Name: Theatre, Dance, and Performance Technology Program
Phone: 937-229-3950