Written by Jean Anouilh, translated by Jeremy Sams
Directed by Kimberly LaCroix
Role of Creon Performed by Norm Jones
September 26, 27, 28, and October 3 & 5 | 7:30 p.m.
Matinee September 28 and October 5 | 4 p.m.
Antigone wants to believe there is such a thing as "right" and "wrong." Creon is resigned to a different morality. Join them, in this modern adaptation of the classic text as they wage a fierce battle and ask: Is peace worth more than dignity? Is anything still worth dying for?
Conceived and developed by Abigail Killeen, Written by Rose Courtney, Adapted from the short story by Isak Dinesen
Directed by Jeff Miller
November 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 | 7:30 p.m.
Matinee November 2 and 9 | 4 p.m.
Babette's Feast, based on a story by Isak Dinesen (Karen Blixen), is the tale of a strict early 19th-century religious community in a Danish village that welcome a mysterious and surprising refugee from the Franco-Prussian War. It is a story of small-town life, of human eccentricity and wonder, of hope and disappointment. Ultimately, it is a story of grace.
Fall Shorts: A series of 10-Minute Plays presented by the Directing Class
November 19–21, 2019 | 7 p.m.
The Memory Box, Directed by Julia Ragusa
The Driver's Seat, Directed by Hannah Schuurman
Jannes and Jambres, Directed by Alexia Rowe
The Fence, Directed by Lucas Sousa-Ross
Night Visits, Directed by Elizabeth Van Bebber
The Queue, Directed by Sarah Garcia
The Margaret Jensen Theatre | Free admission (first come, first served)
Titanic, the Musical
Story and Book by Peter Stone, Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston
Directed by Jeffrey S. Miller with Music Direction by Jess Modaff
January 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 and February 1, 2020 | 7:30 p.m.
Matinee January 25 and February 1 | 3 p.m.
An infamous symbol of hubris, Titanic was modern technology at its finest and society at its most class defined. Beyond that, however, it was the hopes and dreams of a better life for hundreds. These are some of their stories - and some of ours, as well!
The Velveteen Rabbit
Written by Margery Williams
Adapted and Directed by Norm Jones
March 27, 28, 29 and April 1–4, 2020 | 7:30 p.m.
Matinee March 28 and April 4 | 4 p.m.
A stuffed animal doesn't stand a chance against electronic games and modern technology. But this classic children's story reminds us that "being real" is what it's all about, imperfections and all. It can be a costly venture—but it's a price worth paying!
*Postponed to Fall 2020
Culminating projects of Graduating Seniors
Online via Zoom
Recordings Available Here ➔
May 2 and 9, 2020 | 7 p.m.