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.

  • Winter Mainstage – Translations, Feb. 2011

    A funny and bitter portrait of Irish peasants caught up in the midst of quiet socio-political upheaval

  • Spring Mainstage – Operas

    The Old Maid & The Thief by Gian-Carlo Menotti Cast Miss Todd                                                                    Andrea Detweiler Miss Pinkerton                                                 Amy Hansen Bob                                                                              Martin Brubaker Laetitia                                                             Allison Yoder Radio Announcer                                                          Charlie Frederick Stage Manager                                                 Brittany Lentz Miss Pinkerton’s Agent                                     Sammy Rosario Miss Todd’s Agent                                                       Rikki Entrekin Sound Effects Man                                                       Peter Garry Accompanist                                                                Christina Larson Seitz     Dido & […]

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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