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2017-18 Season

DR3: Ubu Roi

Nov 15-18, 2017
PPAS Auditorium

This fully produced main stage production of a 1896 French absurdist play about a gluttonous, greedy and cruel couple that slaughter the royal family of Poland to ascend the throne.

  • Written by Alfred Jarry
  • Directed by WT McRae
  • Featuring the Drama Class of 2019

TA 6-8: Into the Woods

Dec 14-16, 2017
PPAS Auditorium

A fully-produced main stage musical of the 1987 Broadway hit based on the plots of several Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault fairy tales.

  • Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  • Book by James Lapine
  • Directed by Kyle Pleasant
  • Music Direction by Brad Siebeking
  • Featuring the Theater Arts Classes of 2018-2020

DR2: Julius Caesar and Love’s Labor’s Lost

Feb 1-3 and Feb 8-10, 2018
PPAS Black Box

A stripped down, actor-centric production of two of Shakespeare’s famous plays.

  • Written by William Shakespeare
  • Directed by Heather Lanza and Tom Ridgely
  • Featuring the Drama Class of 2020

TA7: Side by Side by Sondheim

Mar 28-29, 2018
PPAS Auditorium

A rehearsed and staged concert reading of a well known musical.

  • Book, Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  • Directed by Elmo Zapp
  • Featuring the Theater Arts Class of 2019


May 9-12, 2018
PPAS Auditorium

A workshop production of a world premiere new play.

  • Written by Charise Castro Smith
  • Directed by Jesca Prudencio
  • Featuring the Drama Class of 2018

DR1: Freshman Showcase

Jun 2017
PPAS Black Box

An evening of American contemporary scenes.

  • Directed by Heather LoSchiavo
  • Featuring the Drama Class of 2021

TA6: Original Short Play Festival

Jun 14-15, 2018
PPAS Black Box

A festival of original short plays written by the students themselves.

  • Directed by WT McRae
  • Featuring the Theater Arts Class of 2020

 TA8: Inherit the Wind

Jun 8-9, 2018
PPAS Auditorium

  • Written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
  • Directed by Irene Lazaridis
  • Featuring the Theater Arts Class of 2018