By Charlotte Bronte, William Luce
NOTE: Because FHU campus COVID precautions have limited seating for Black Box Theatre productions, tickets are currently available for only FHU students, faculty, staff, and FHU Theatre patrons.
Tickets will be available to the General Public on Monday, September 14.
Brontë begins in 1849 as Charlotte, at thirty-three, returns from the burial of her youngest sister, Anne. Alone with her stern God-fearing father, Charlotte is surrounded by memories and has resigned herself to a life of loneliness. However, her life takes a turn she did not expect. This one-woman play features senior theatre major Mariah Kerr.
NOTE: Availability of seats subject to FHU campus COVID risk levels. Campus COVID-19 updates available here.
INSTRUCTIONS for FHU STUDENTS:
- Log in to fhutickets.com using the "FHU Student Log in"
- Enter your FHU username and password.
- Create your account in fhutickets.com (if you haven't already)
- Select the performance you wish to attend. You'll then be able to select on ticket at no cost.
- At checkout, you may select the mobile ticket option, saving a QR code to your phone.
- At checkout, you may select the print ticket option. Then print your ticket and bring it to the theatre.