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Theater Production Gallery

Recent Season Highlights

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Sometimes, season selection seems nothing short of a miracle! Each year, our faculty committee is charged to select four or five mainstage shows that serve our student body, performers, designers, and writers, while considering areas of study and faculty strengths. The committee compiles a season geared to access new plays, study older plays, meet the needs of our students and intrigue a community.

Here are highlights of the most recent season's plays, and you can explore our growing archive of past seasons using the menu on the left.

Recent Production Galleries

 

Silent Sky, Fall 2019

By Lauren Gunderson, directed by Shelley Delaney, fall 2019 in the Forum Theater. 

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Photo by Riley Perone.

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Photo by Daniel King.

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Photo by Kayla Higbee.

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Photo by Riley Perone.

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Photo by Riley Perone.

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Tantrum Theater: Rhinoceros, Fall 2019

By Eugene Ionesco, co-directed by José Carrasquillo and Jeanette Buck, fall 2019 in the Forum Theater.

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Photo By Daniel Winters.

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Photo By Kayla Higbee.

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Photo By Daniel Winters.

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Photo By Kayla Higbee.

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Photo By Daniel Winters.

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Photo By Daniel Winters.

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