News & Features

  • Fall Auditions Sep. 2nd and 3rd 6:30pm

    Audition for Goshen College's Fall Mainstage and Peace Plays!

  • 2014 Winning Peace Plays Oct. 3-5

    Winners of the Goshen College Peace Play Competition to have plays produced

  • Eurydice Nov. 14-16, 22-23

    Eurydice Nov. 14-16, 22-23, Fall Mainstage directed by Michelle Milne, M.F.A.

  • VIDEO: Get an inside look from students at GC theater

    Take an inside look at the Theater Department from students' perspectives and see what our program can offer.

  • Announcing the 2014-15 GC Theater Season!!

    The Goshen College Department of Theater is pleased to announce our 2014-2015 Season!! GOSHEN PEACE PLAYS GC students and faculty will stage the WORLD PREMIERE performances of the 2014 Goshen Peace Play Contest winners. –the winning playwright will be our guest for the weekend (more details to come yet this summer) Performance Dates: October 3-5, 2014 FALL MAINSTAGE […]

  • Sam Jone’s Senior Recital

      “A Puzzle of Puns” This recital will feature films by Sam as well as a film in which Sam has worked. May 4th 3pm Admission: Free

  • The Marriage of Figaro – March 28, 29, 30 & April 4 & 6

    A Goshen College Music and Theater Departments Co-Production, the opera tells the story of a single "day of madness" in the penthouse of Count Almaviva. Directed by Dr. Debra Brubaker with Music Direction by Dr. Scott Hochstetler

  • Winter One Acts 2014, Feb. 13th and 14th at 8:00 and 15th at 3:00

    The 2013-2014 Winter One Acts include Angie Troyer's senior recital "Do Not Go Gentle" by Suzan Zeder, directed by Angie Troyer; and "Stay Tuned" by Peter Eash-Scott, directed by Grace Swartzendruber.

  • Do Not Go Gentle – Angie Troyer February 2014

    "Do Not Go Gentle" tells the story of Lillian Barron, a woman who is 84 years old, vibrant, funny, wise, and recently deceased! After her death, Lillian discovers that she cannot "move on" until the rifts between she and her son are somehow mended.

  • ‘Gadfly’ Oct. 4-5

    'Gadfly' Oct. 4-5. Based on a true story, this original play follows the experiences of Sam Steiner, an American draft dodger and his journey to Canada in 1968.

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