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Productions & Events

All events are free and open to the public with advance reservations. Join our mailing list to be sure to get an invitation when tickets are available.  

Upcoming

Thank you for joining us for our 2020-2021 productions. Please check back in Fall 2021 for updates on next year's shows. 

Four actors on a bare stage in contemporary clothing, two in the foreground at a microphone, and two in the background dumping a bucket of water on their heads.

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch, Directed by Alex Torra. From L to R: Sarah Branch '17, Emily Uhlmann '19, Citlali Pizarro '20, Rex Chang '17

Dave Tavani.
 

Annual productioNS

The Department's typical "season" of performances consists of Production Ensemble (a professionally directed and designed full length production), Acting Capstone (a faculty-directed production with advanced acting students), Senior Company (a project collectively created by Senior Majors with department support), one or more honors thesis productions, and Night of Scenes (a biannual showcase of work generated in Directing I and Directing II). In addition, we typically present at least one major residency and performance by a distinguished visiting company. The overwhelming majority of this performance activity is for academic credit with intensive involvement of faculty members and guest artists as teachers, collaborators, and mentors.

How to Get Involved

Most productions are also courses, so the best way to get involved is to sign up for the corresponding course. Students can earn up to 1 credit for working on a department show. For more information, contact the show’s director (or, for Senior Company, Laila Swanson). If you are interested in getting paid to work on the production team of a show, send an email to Scott Cassidy describing your area(s) of interest.