Productions Photo Gallery

The Goshen College Theater Department produces a variety of shows, including Mainstages, evenings of One Acts, Peace Plays (a biennial contest of original works), and Senior Recitals. In addition to these shows, the department hosts guest lecturers as part of the Roy H. Umble Master Class.

  • Billy Funk’s Triple Showdown with Reality – Billy Funk, January 2013

    Senior Billy Funk ‘ 13 showed off his acting range when he selected three vastly different one acts. He opened with “Interface,” followed by “Eukiah” in which Eukiah hides in an airplane hangar. Cowboy Butch wants to dig his friend out. What has Eukiah heard? Who wants to burn that barn full of horses?. Finally […]

  • La Serva Padrona – Aaron Kaufman, Feb. 2012

    La serva padrona (The Servant Turned Mistress) is an opera buffa by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. A young servant, Serpina played by Brooke Hostetter  -jr is in love with her master, Uberto played by Aaron Kaufman-sr. She taunts and defies him until he sees that he loves her as well. Uberto’s  butler, Vespone played by Phil Weaver-Stoesz-sr […]

  • URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL, Nov. 2012

    URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL offers a unique "what if" story. What if in the near future the world has nearly exhausted the earth's water supply?

  • Peace Play: Mr. Maurizio, Oct. 2012

    Mr. Maurizio explores the volatile relationship between a lonely man in his seventies and his "companion"...

  • Peter Garry – April 2012

    In his show Senior Peter Garry ’12 featured his skill in original music videos, 10 minute plays, and an a capella rendition of “Circle of Life.”

  • Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, Mar. 2012

    When some shipwrecked strangers get washed ashore in the world of Illyria, a playful entanglement of music, love, mistaken identity and trickery ensues.

  • Winter One Acts: Haiku and La Serva Padrona, Feb. 2012

    Winter One Acts will feature a playful opera and a modern drama, each about the misconceptions of identity.

  • No Exit – Phil Weaver-Stoesz, December 2012

    The play is a depiction of the afterlife in which three deceased characters are punished by being locked into a room together for eternity. It is the source of Sartre’s especially famous and often misinterpreted quotation “L’enfer, c’est les autres” or “Hell is other people”, a reference to Sartre’s ideas about the look and the perpetual ontological struggle […]

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    Fall Mainstage: A View from the Bridge, Nov. 2011

    Classified by critics as a modern tragedy, A View from the Bridge focuses on the domestic world of middle class individuals--both strengths and imperfections.

  • The 2011-2012 “Strangers No More” Season begins!

    Three student-directed plays headline the Homecoming One Acts

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