Mainstages

Outside of the classroom, the theater department focuses its energies on the production of one full-length mainstage show each semester. Mainstages expose students to the many facets of theater production, providing them with the opportunity to gain first-hand experience working on shows both on stage and behind the scenes, as student designers, technicians and stage crew are utilized in addition to student actors. Mainstages are directed alternately by department faculty and guest artists, exposing students to a variety of styles and techniques throughout their study and participation in the theater department.

  • Eurydice Nov. 14-16, 22-23

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

  • 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

  • ‘Wit’ Nov. 8,10,15-17

    Margaret Edson has created a work that is as intellectually challenging as it is emotionally immediate.

  • The Diviners, April 2013

    Winner of the American College Theater Festival, and written when Jim Leonard, Jr. was just 19 years old, this marvelously theatrical play is the story of a disturbed young man with an uncanny gift for finding water and his friendship with a disenchanted preacher in southern Indiana in the early 1930s. ¬†When the boy was […]

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • A view from the bridge poster

    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.

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