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.

  • Two Rooms – Jenna Grubaugh, Sept. 2010

    by Lee Blessing: featuring Jenna Grubaugh - sr, Phil Stoesz - jr, Stephanie Hollenberg - jr, Lucas Nafziger - jr. Directed by Grace Swartzendruber ('09).

  • Pippin, the musical, May 2010

    View photos of this production from May 2010

  • Hindsight is 20/ Something, Nov. 2010

    Hindsight is 20/Something, Nov. 2010 Here Lies Hope – A Study on Human Loneliness in the 21st Century By Patrick Maxwell   Home of the Trojans – AN Everyday Musical of Mythical Proportions By Patrick Ressler    

  • Tartuffe, March 2010

    The comical portrayal of difficult issues such as the exposure of hypocrisy, the hunger for personal wealth at the expense of others, and the unveiling of true allegiances.

  • Winter One Acts 2010

    The next production in the GC Theater Department's "Think For Yourself" season 2009-2010 features five short One Act plays.

  • Big Love, Oct. 2009

    Big Love, written by Charles Mee and directed by Michelle Milne, is a whimsical, contemporary take on an ancient Greek play that includes romance, refugees, and revenge.

  • Fall One Acts 2009

    Goshen College's "Think For Yourself" season kicks off with three productions all directed by students

  • As I Am – Angie Noah, Sept. 2009

    This show is made up of scenes from Cinderella: A Politically Correct Fairytale by James Finn Garner, Reflecting Beauty by Angie Noah (’10) and Pig Fat by Neil LaBute. In her recital Angie explores and addresses the idea of self beauty in relationship to society’s view of beauty. This show is a culmination of personal […]

  • The Gondoliers, March, 2009

    The Gondoliers offers a comic portrayal of romance and politics intermingling the working class of 1950's Venice and the nobility of far off Spain.

  • Saint Plays selected for KCACTF

    The Saint Plays (2008) participated in the regions Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival

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