Past Theatre Productions

The Theatre Department strives to present a wide variety of dramatic works: everything from new works to Sophocles to Shakespeare to Simon. We seek to do plays that delight and challenge, while giving our students experience in a wide variety of genres and periods.

 

Past productions have often served as the basis for Senior Integration Projects. Students have directed, acted, designed sets or costumes and written plays for this senior thesis project. In addition to the production work, rigorous pre-production research and planning, reflection on the process as it unfolds, and the final product are elements of these SIPs.

 

Past Seasons (click the dates for more details)

 

2016-2017
Hamlet
The Bald Soprano
The Glass Menagerie
Mr. Pim Passes By

 

2015-2016
The Savannah Disputation
Waiting for Godot
Moreau
Sense and Sensibility
The Morning After

 

2014-2015
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Edith Stein
Ten Minute Play Festival

 

2013-2014
Pride and Prejudice
Waiting for the Paint to Dry
On the Verge
Honk!

 

2012-2013
See Rock City
As You Like It
Two Rooms
Into The Woods
Aida

 

2011-2012
The Play's the Thing
Three on the Seesaw
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
Actors' Anonymous
Aida

 

2010-2011
The Learned Ladies
Watchmen for the Morning
Confessions at Knifepoint
Doubt
And Then There Were None

 

2009-2010 
Caucasian Chalk Circle
The Man Born to Be King
Lucifer
Niada

 

2008-2009
The Importance of Being Earnest
The God Committee
Copenhagen

 

2007-2008
Rope
A Bright Particular Star
Mainstream and Other One-Acts

 

2006-2007
The Potting Shed
An Inspector Calls
Feeling Fat and Other One-Acts

 

2005-2006
Tartuffe
Arms and the Man
On the Verge

 

2004-2005
Fawlty Towers
Wit
You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

 

2003-2004
Sabrina Fair
Hedda Gabler
The Bald Soprano

 

2002-2003
Twelfth Night
Antigone
The Boys Next Door

 

2001-2002
Fools
The Crucible
The Odd Couple

 

2000-2001
The Importance of Being Earnest
Our Town
The Brute and The Proposal

 

1999-2000
You Can’t Take It With You
Dancing at Lughnasa

 

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Professor Hallstrom discusses the role of Christians in theatre and film in a postmodern age, in which culture is rarely interested in truth perspectives.