Presented by Performing Arts Department
This FREE event is a live performance for an in-person audience on Mudd Field.
Tickets are limited to Wash U students, faculty and staff.
Thursday, April 22 at 5:30pm
Friday, April 23 at 5:30pm
Saturday, April 24 at 5:30pm
Sunday, April 25 at 3pm
Bobby and Tina meet in a park. She’s furious about something and cursing her head off, and her friend Jill is there too for “support.” Jill has never liked a thing about Bobby, ever, and both women threaten to “kick him to death.” Meanwhile, Bobby has been thinking about breaking up because he’s been looking around at other girls and he thinks “they look nice too.” Bobby may have picked the worse time ever to discuss a break up, as Tina and Jill have some really tough news to deliver. The context is young people in dire straits with limited economic and intellectual opportunities trying to make their way. Tough! is a kind of contemporary tragi-comedy of the streets written by Canada’s most celebrated playwright. In late April, you might see three young people on campus arguing beneath a tree or in the middle of a field as you pass on by. It might be Bobby, Tina and Jill trying to sort things out. It’s OK for you to stop and listen.
This event is FREE but requires an advance reservation.
To comply with our no external guest policy on campus, reservations are limited to Wash U students, faculty and staff.
Limit one ticket per person.
Please use your WUSTL email when ordering.
Tickets available beginning April 14.