2012-2013 Theatre Productions

Into the Woods by James Lapine
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Professor Deborah Kirby
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See Rock City by Arlene Hutton
Directed by Anne Patterson '13

A tender portrayal of married life, set against the backdrop of World War II, shows the best of the human spirit and its ability to overcome any and all obstacles.



As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Directed by Professor Deborah Kirby
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Wednesday, Nov. 14 - Preview at 8:00 pm
Thursday, Nov. 15 - Show at 8:00 pm
Friday, Nov. 16 - Show at 8:00 pm
Saturday, Nov. 17 - Show at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm

One of Shakespeare’s romantic comedies, As You Like It is a tale of love manifested in various forms, set against a subplot of injustice.



Two Rooms by Lee Blessing
Directed by Professor Camille Hallstrom

Set in two rooms, the play looks at terrorism, the government, the media, and the love of a husband and wife for each other in the midst of crisis.

Feb. 14 - Preview at 8:00 pm
Preview Admission: $3 students/seniors, and $5 adults

Feb. 15, 16 and 22 - Show at 8:00 pm
Feb. 23 - Show at 2:30 pm
Admission: $5 students/seniors and $7 adults

A panel discussion will be held following the February 16 performance with Dr. Carl F. Ellis Jr., Professor at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas and President of Project Joseph, and Dr. Daphne Haddad, diplomate in Islamic Studies.


Further Info...

Unless otherwise noted, all performances are in Sanderson Hall auditorium - click here for directions and parking.

To order tickets:
All preview tickets $3
Students/Seniors $5
Adults $7
Cash, check, ScotsCard accepted.
Students, please present valid student ID at time of purchase.

Please contact the Music Department for information about tickets for musical theatre productions.


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