The BFA Class Of 2023 To Present ‘You On The Moors Now’ January 27 & 28

Jaclyn Backhaus’ “You on the Moors Now” is coming to Penn State.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts’ (BFA) Class of 2023 will debut the show on January 27 in room 119 in the Theatre Building on campus and on January 28 in Philadelphia at the Arden Theatre.

“‘You on the Moors Now’ is a period drama inspired by characters from classic feminist novels, (Little Women, Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre), drawing the female protagonists into a fascinating and telling conversation of romance and equality in their separate tales,” according to Anna Jones of Denison University.

The BFA acting program, under the Penn State School of Theatre, trains students to perform on stage to join the world of theatre and acting.

The senior class presents its Senior Studio Performance at 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on January 27 in the Theatre Building. The class will then travel to Philadelphia, where it’ll perform at 2:30 p.m. on January 28 in the Arden Theatre. Tickets are free for both performances and are available on the Penn State BFA acting website.

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