January 2020


Moby Dick

10:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Rogue Theatre,
300 E University Blvd.

Presented by The Rogue Theatre

The obsessed Captain Ahab assembles a whaling crew to pursue the albino sperm whale, Moby Dick, that took his leg in a prior voyage. Regarded by many as the great American novel, Moby Dick is Homeric, biblical, and Shakespearean in its breadth of expression.

Moby Dick is an exciting adaptation of the Herman Melville novel brought to life on stage by the professional resident company of The Rogue Theatre. The play is performed with music, dance, and drama in an intimate 160-seat theatre. Actors will meet with the students after the performance for questions and answers.

Seats Available: 160
Grades: 8-12
Length: 180 minutes
Arrival Time: 9:30 am
Run Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Study Guide: Coming soon

Parking: Buses can drop students in front of The Rogue Theatre and park at Catalina Park, located 1 block away on N. 4th Ave. and E. 2nd St.

Lunch Options: Food and drink are not permitted in the theater. Groups can eat lunch at nearby Catalina Park.