Past Productions

Student Production - BLUE STOCKINGS by Jessica Swale

Directed by Deby Guzman-Buchness '15

Set Design by TBD
Costume Design by Jasmine (Randi) Young '15
Lighting Design by Dan Kotlowitz
Stage Management by Naomi Lazar '17 and Sebastian Turner '18

The setting is 1896 at Girton Gollege (two miles from Cambridge), home to Britain's first female university students. The play follows first-year students over one tumultuous academic year as they fight to change the future of education.  "Love or knowledge: which would you choose?"

November 14 at 8 PM; November 15 at 4 PM; November 16 at 2 PM
Bentley Theater - Tickets ($4 all seats, general admission) go on sale at the HOP BOX OFFICE beginning November 10.

Fall MainStage Production: In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) by Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Jamie Horton
Set Design by Georgi Alexi-Meskhishvili
Costume Design by Laurie Churba Kohn
Lighting Design by Dan Kotlowitz
Sound Design by David Remedios
Stage Management by Margot Yecies '15

Set in the late 19th century but with a very contemporary feel, this gem of a play (Tony Award nominee for Best Play in 2010) is both funny and touching. Ruhl "illuminates with a light touch—a soft, flickering light rather than a moralizing glare—how much control men had over women's lives, bodies and thoughts, even their most intimate sensations" (The New York Times). Contains adult themes.

Moore Theater/November 7, 8, 13 14, 15 at 8 PM; November 9 and 16 at 2 PM
$12 General Public/$5 D-Students/$10 Other Students; Tickets on sale at the HOP BOX OFFICE (for tickets click HERE).

Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (a YOUR SPACE presentation)

SATURDAY, OCT 4 at 9:30 PM and SUNDAY, OCT 5 @ 5:30 PM
Bentley Theater - FREE ADMISSION
Student Producers: Ariel Klein '17 and Naomi Lazar '17
Student actors from the Displaced Theater Company collaborate to write and rehearse a 30-play show. All 30 original plays will be presented in 60 minutes -- and the audience chooses the order of the plays each night! (The concept for the show comes from a theater company in Chicago called "The Neofuurists.")