Department of Theatre Arts

 

Student Directed One-Acts

One Acts

Thursday, April 30 at 7:30, Friday, May 1 at 7:30, Saturday, May 2 at 2:00 & 7:30

Contemporary one-act plays directed by Edgewood Theatre Arts students:  fresh, funny, thought-provoking and smart, this variety pack of plays showcases the talents of our students onstage and behind the scenes. 
The theatre department has grown so much of late, that we have had to change our requirement for this.   In the past all majors were required to direct, but now this production will be a collaborative capstone experience of the One Act Play production class where some students will still direct, but others will take over other areas of design and production so that more students can have a meaningful collaborative production experience, not limited to directing. Tickets go on sale April 1st. and this will run April 30- May 2.

Tickets
$12 General/$7 Students & Seniors
Diane Ballweg Theatre, Stream Building, Edgewood College
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Auditions for the Student Directed One-Acts are on March 9th and 10th. Time TBA.

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TFYA Theatre for Young Audiences: Shadow in the Sea

Shadows in the Sea

Tuesday, May 5th at 1:00
& 7:00

Anderson Auditorium
Free

Students from the Theatre For Young Audiences class will once again research, write, rehearse and tour an original piece, this year highlighting the issue of the health of ocean life and coral reefs.  This is the seventh original production for young audiences produced by that class, which not only tours to schools, but also brings students to our campus for a free show in the Anderson Auditorium.  We also always do a production, free and open to all, on an evening in the last week of classes.  This will run May 5 and tour to area schools on May 7.

Edgewood College Theatre Season 2015-16: 
Diane Ballweg Theatre, The Stream

Edgewood College Theatre is pleased to announce
David Frank of American Players Theatre as our
Artist in Residence and Guest Director for the 2015-16 Season

Woods of Weaver by Ulrike Rosser
Director:  Audrey Wax
September 18, 19, 25, 26 @ 7:30 pm, & Sept 26 @ 2:00 pm 

Holly Grace returns home to a discarded prince charming, a family of Southern civil war reenactors, and the open grave of her dead father in this new work of surviving abuse and finding redemption.

The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Director:  Jeanne Leep
November 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 @ 7:30 pm, & Nov 21 @ 2:00 pm

Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play. This exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Berthold Brecht
Director: David Frank
February 26, 27, March 4, 5 @ 7:30, March 5 @ 2:00 pm

Brecht,  the 20the century master of the dramatic form, tells the tale of Grusha, a lowly kitchen maid, who is only trying to stay out the way during a dangerous revolution, yet aids a baby abandoned by the Governor’s wife who has fled to save her own skin.  Rough-hewn justice and the chalk circle test bring the play to a sharply provocative and deeply satisfying conclusion.

CLUE:  The Musical 

by Tom Chiodo, Peter DePietro, Wayne Barker, Galen Blum, Vinnie Martucci

Director:  Phil Martin
April 22, 23, 29, 30 @ 7:30 pm, April 30 @ 2:00 pm

Based on the classic board game, a musical mystery where the audience is included in the outcome!

Theatre For Young Audiences Production

A new work created by the Theatre for Young Audiences Class

Avatars Unleashed:  Our Virtual Selves:

Directed by Susan Nanning-Sorenson
May 3 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm in Anderson Auditorium

Who are our Avatars?  Why and how do we create them and live through them?  Exploring our alternate realities in cyberspace and the Avatars we have created to inhabit them.

 

 

Students & Alumni Speak

Edgewood College students & alumni talk about their Theatre Arts experiences
  • Kaia Stofflet

    "We get a lot of experience that a bigger school couldn’t offer."

  • Duane Campbell

    "I love theatre and I realized it here when I started taking classes and I didn't want to leave."

  • Rori Flynn

    "Edgewood is not just a college community—it's a family...with many unique members who are all accepted with every quirk and eccentricity they have."

  • Kat Gatewood

    "I want to do social justice in theatre and be an activist for justice."

Click to view the Edgewood College Campus Map for directions to The Diane Ballweg Theatre.

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View photos from the Spring 2014 performances of Urinetown

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View photos from the Fall 2013 performances of Love's Labour's Lost
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