A powerful theatre piece about the Mother/Daughter relationship. A strong story of responsibility and courage, love and the meaning of life.
Students/faculty choreography-exploring new and varied ways of producing dance.
A contemporary Greek playwright’s impassioned and highly original interpretation of the ancient tragic story, complete with music, song, dance and chorus. U.S premiere.
Interpretive and dramatic readings of writings by women and ethnic minorities.
Theatre & Dance present the annual festival were high school students from around the area compete for best individual scene and best design.
Another story by the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factor. Escape with James and his insect friends and join in their amazing adventures inside a magical peach.
Hilarious, touching and deeply revealing. A play about the strengths and determination of a group of funny and gossipy southern ladies. A popular hit when premiered in New York.
Presentation of dances using voices, places and spaces as motivation for choreography by students and faculty.
Take a look backward at the great music of the 30’s and 40’s with this dance concert. Songs from the Great depression and World War II, from ballroom to the tango and fling, this production will make you nostalgic for those good old Radio days.
During the week of May 28 through June 2 the department will be hosting a festival. We will be reviewing showcasing, and performing our successes and advancements for this 1995-96 Academic Year. Join us for some dance classes, design expo, scene presentations, improve, one-act plays, readings of new plays by Robert Knight and we will wrap it all up with a reception.
Annual showcase produced and directed by advanced theatre students.
“A brooding and loving American folk poem brought to life on a stage.” New York Times
A rollicking musical version of Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
Love cross words, soldiers cross words, villains cross the line.
Set in the 1890s Russia, the problems faced by the aristocracy are the backdrop for this interpersonal tale.
Choreography on cutting edge of performance art. A number of the dances developed in the composition class, while others were choreographed individually and in small groups. We have tried in this performance to present dances from various cultures and a wide variety of individual choreography.
A holiday favorite, as simple and straight forward as the famous story. The ironic ending is both humorous and bittersweet.