iNtuitons Experimental Theatre is the University of Pennsylvania's only student-run experimental theatre group. Founded in 1980, iNtuitons' comes from two words: intuition and automaton. It was chartered to "attract people with diverse artistic interests and in order to provide an outlet for creative people whose ideas are too Classical or Avant-Garde to be supported by existing groups." iNtuitons has presented works by Vaclav Havel, Sam Shepard, Joseph Conrad, and Milan Kundera, as well as many student written pieces. Most recently, the group has shocked and scared audiences with Quills by Doug Wright and set Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest in a prison camp, exploring a transition between the world of the prisoners and the world of Oscar Wilde. Now we are proud to present Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl.
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