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This Tony® and Oscar®-winning story of jealousy, ambition, and divine genius is “a fantasia on the theme of Mozart and Salieri.”
Written by Peter Shaffer
Drayton Hall Theatre
Peter Shaffer once called his Tony® and Oscar®-winning story of jealousy, ambition, and divine genius “a fantasia on the theme of Mozart and Salieri.” In Shaffer’s fictionalized history, successful composer Antonio Salieri recounts how he became intrigued by his genius contemporary Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, then quickly irritated by the young composer’s obscene immaturity. As Salieri’s disgust turns to bitter resentment, he begins toView more
Students | $15
USC Faculty/Staff, Military, Seniors 60+ | $20
General Public | $22
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There will be no performance on April 12 (Easter Sunday).
1214 College St., Columbia, SC 29201
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
In accordance with the University's closure due to coronavirus mitigation efforts, all performances of "Amadeus" have been cancelled. If you have purchased tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund.