2015 Fall Performance
Galileo by Bertolt Brecht
Performance Dates and Times:
November 13, 14, 20, 21 @ 8PM
Mahan Theatre, United States Naval Academy
$12 for the Public
$10 for Groups of 10+
$5 for Midshipmen
The plot of the play concerns the latter period of the life of Galileo Galilei, the great Italian natural philosopher, who was persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church for the promulgation of his scientific discoveries; for details, see Galileo affair. The play embraces such themes as the conflict between dogmatism and scientific evidence, as well as interrogating the values of constancy in the face of oppression.
Parking and Entering the U.S. Naval Academy:
- Any military or DoD personnel with a valid military ID can drive directly onto the Academy grounds. The closest parking to the theater is Alumni Hall parking lot. There is limited parking in front of Mahan Hall.
- For all other audiences, parking is available out in town. The Bladen Street/Calvert Street Parking Garage by St. John's College is available for free parking. GATE 3 of USNA (located at the end of Maryland Avenue) is open until 9PM to any visitor with a valid ID. GATE 1 (located at the end of King George Street) is open until 1AM on weekends.
- Mahan Theatre is located on Maryland Avenue, within USNA. A tall clock tower graces the roof of the building.
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