Written by Nikolai Gogol and directed by Dr. Monica Anderson, this satirical farce tells the story of a corrupt small town run by a greedy mayor and his comrades. The town panics at the news that a government inspector is on his way from the capital. Hilarity ensues when the townsfolk display their greed and stupidity by confusing a low-level official with the real inspector.
Directed by Michael Lamontagne, Blind Date is a romantic comedy turned on its head, a hilarious take on courtship and
Directed by Cameron Kofalt, The Act of Living is filled with both lighthearted and comedic moments as well as deeply emotional and meaningful ones. It brings laughter, tears, and a positive message.
Directed by Ilona Ludanyi, Eurydice is a heart-rending tragedy that explores the importance of love and human connection.
Directed by Thomas Bodoh, Brilliant Traces is a dramatic, comical, and wonder-filled piece that will leave you awed by the beauty of human connection and the consequences of cooking somebody else’s shoes.
Set in 1945, a group of artists and one “elderly woman of unbalanced mental capacity” work to stop a greedy profiteer and his gang of villains from blowing up Paris to search for oil. It is an iconic tale of finding joy in an environment that is overwhelmed with a challenge of beauty vs. greed.
Directed by Brigita Ruta, this is an intense play that changed what plays discuss and how they are discussed. It delves into the harsh reality that drives a person to suicide and the influence of people around them through it all.
Directed by Katia Scaffidi, this play tells the true story of Jennie Wade, who was the only civilian to die in the Battle of Gettysburg.
The Tragedy of Richard III is based loosely on the final stretch of England’s War of the Roses, a series of battles between the House of York and the House of Lancaster that lasted many years.
This play tells a light-hearted story of a small oil business’s struggle to stay afloat amidst the fast-paced companies building up around them. Directed by two students, Brigita Ruta and Thomas Bodoh, this play contains mistaken identity, hidden love, and so much more!