Straight White Men - Fall 2022

She Kills Monsters - Spring 2022

Below you will find the production season for the UVM School of the Arts Program in Theatre and Dance during the 2023/2024 academic year.

Auditions are open to all UVM students. In some cases professional actors serve as guest artists on productions or community members are cast in order to fulfill the needs of a particular show.


Tickets for any of the productions listed below can be purchased online HERE. In addition to purchasing tickets for individual shows, this year we are offering the option of purchasing a 3-show Membership Package. Please note: Dancing Uphill 2024 is not included in the 3-Show Membership package. More information about the 3-show Membership Package is available on the home page of the ticketing portal.

Thank you for supporting the UVM Program in Theatre and Dance and we look forward to seeing at a performance during the 2023/2024 academic year.


Bright Half Life
By Tanya Barfield
Directed by Zeina Salame
Performances will be October 4 - 7 at 7:30PM & October 8 at 2:00PM
Royall Tyler Theatre
A moving love story that spans decades in an instant – from marriage, children, skydiving, and the infinite moments that make a life together.

“This well-written portrayal of smart women finding, losing, and finding themselves and each other again, is profound…past, present, and future are contained in each moment, and every one of them feels full.” —The New Yorker.

Please Note: There is NO late seating. Performances begin promptly at the scheduled start time. Due to the intimate setting, there is NO READMITTANCE if you leave your seat. NO exceptions.

Bright Half Life Playbill.pdf

Friday, October 27, 2023 - 7 pm
Saturday, October 28, 2023 - 2pm
Fleming Museum of Art Marble Court
NOTE: Limited availability. Please email to make a reservation
Creating and performing in the Fleming Museum’s Marble court, UVM dance students and dance Lecturer Julie Peoples-Clark, will explore feelings of isolation, the sensation of touch and human connection. Creative research will explore kinesthetic responses as we leave isolation and welcome touch and connection back into our lives post pandemic.
The explorations will culminate in a site performance that uses the Fleming’s Marble Court as a dance partner, weaving the unique space into the finished work.
Local artist and music producer RicoJames will provide the musical score. The live score will premiere on opening night for the audience and for the dancers.
Imogen Says Nothing
The Annotated Life of Imogen of Messina, last sighted in the First Folio of
William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing
By Aditi Brennan Kapil
Directed by Margo Whitcomb
Performances will be November 8 - 11 at 7:30PM & November 12 at 2:00PM
Royall Tyler Theatre
Imogen Says Nothing is a revisionist comedy in verse and prose featuring Imogen, a character who only appears in the First Folio of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, speaks no lines, and is probably a typo. Wildly theatrical and subversively funny, Imogen Says Nothing is the tale of an unforgettable woman who will not give up letting her voice be heard and her story told.
Dancing Uphill 2024
Performances January 31 thru February 3, 2024, at 7:30 PM
Cohen Hall Performance Space
Dancing Uphill 2024 explores the play, rigor, and collaboration that goes into dancing, dance-making, design, and creative research at the UVM Dance Program. Highlighting UVM dance student performers, Dancing Uphill 2024 includes choreography by UVM dance faculty and guest choreographers as well as featured UVM student work. The concert is directed by Paula Higa.

Tickets for Dancing Uphill 2024 are $10 for UVM Students and $15 for all others. Seating is general admission - no reserved seating. Seating is limited.

Tickets can be purchased at the door prior to the event. PLEASE NOTE: In person ticket sales are CASH or CHECK ONLY.
For further information email
Dance Nation
By Clare Barron
Directed by Leila Teitelman
Performances March 27 - 30 thru at 7:30PM & March 31 at 2:00PM
Royall Tyler Theatre

Somewhere in America, an army of pre-teen competitive dancers plots to take over the world. And if their new routine is good enough, they’ll claw their way to the top at Nationals in Tampa Bay. A play about ambition, growing up, and how to find our souls in the heat of it all.

It’s a brave, visceral, excitingly off-kilter barbaric yawp of a play. And it gets at something excruciatingly tender: the burden of modesty on young American women.” – New York Magazine

Dance Nation is recommended for audiences 14 years of age and older. Parental Discretion is advised.
See a full list of content warnings for Dance Nation HERE.
Seating for Dance Nation is General Admission.
Ticket prices for Dance Nation are:
Adults: $25
UVM Faculty/Staff: $22
NON-UVM Students: $22
UVM Students (with student ID): $10
Tickets can be purchased online HERE
Tickets can be purchased at the door prior to the event. PLEASE NOTE: In person ticket sales are CASH or CHECK ONLY.
For further information email
The Senior Dance Majors Capstone Projects
Performances April 18 & 19 at 730PM & April 20 at 2:00PM & 7:30PM
Cohen Hall
Presentation of capstone projects choreographed and performed by members of the graduating class of seniors in the Dance program.
The Senior Theatre Majors Capstone Showcase
Performances 27 at 2:00PM & 7:00PM
Royall Tyler Theatre
Join us for the Theatre Capstone Showcase as the graduating seniors in the Theatre program present projects that
represent a culmination of their undergraduate studies.


Tickets are now available for online purchasing for the School of the Arts - Program in Theatre and Dance presentations by clicking HERE.

Our box office will only be open during the run of a production. It will open 90 minutes before the start of the a performance.
Please note: Ticket sales at the box office are Cash or Check ONLY. We apologize in advance for any confusion or inconvenience this may cause.

If you have any questions or would like additional information please email

Thank you for your support of the UVM Department of Theatre and Dance.

Single Ticket Prices

If you wish to be added to the UVM Department of Theatre email list please email


  • UVM Students: All performances - $10 (Purchased at the Box Office with UVM ID)

Bright Half Life - General admission seating          

  • Adults = $22
  • Seniors [55+], UVM Faculty and Staff & Non-UVM students = $19

Imogen Says Nothing - General Admission

  • Adults = $22
  • Seniors [55+], UVM Faculty and Staff & Non-UVM students = $19


Dancing Uphill 2024 - General admission Seating

  • UVM Students - $10
  • All others - $15
Dance Nation - General admission seating
  • Adults = $25
  • Seniors [55+], UVM Faculty and Staff & Non-UVM students = $22

Main Stage performance times:
Evening Performances Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Matinee Performances Saturday & Sunday at 2:00pm
Please check the production web pages for performance schedules and times.

Arrive at least 15 minutes before curtain time. We want to start on time as much as you do.


FROM I-89: Take exit 14W, Route 2 (Williston Road) west toward Lake Champlain. Go to the fourth traffic light (University Place) and turn right. The UVM Theatre is on the right just behind the Campus Transit turnaround.

FROM ROUTE 7 SOUTH: Take Route 7 (Shelburne Road) to Pearl Street in Burlington and turn right. Follow Pearl Street east away from Lake Champlain. At the Ira Allen Chapel (University Place), turn right. The UVM Theatre is at the end of the street on your left just behind the Campus Transit turnaround.

FROM ROUTE 15: Continue through Winooski over the Winooski Bridge. From traffic light at the Fletcher Allen Hospital, continue to next traffic light (University Place) and turn left. The UVM Theatre is at the end of the street on your left just behind the Campus Transit turnaround.


The best place to park during evening and weekend performances is in the Allen House Lot on the corner of Main and Prospect Street. Turn in as if going to Admissions and take a quick left into the lot. We do not recommend parking directly in front of the theatre where it says "No parking anytime" as the City of Burlington will ticket and tow. Handicap Parking is still available next to Morrill.

UVM Theatre Production History

UVM Department of Theatre Production History
1958 – 2020
1958/59                       Brigadoon (Lerner and Loewe)
                                    The Doctor in Spite of Himself (Molière)
                                    The Rainmaker (Nash)
Summer 1959              A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)
                                    Twelfth Night (Shakespeare)
                                    The Miser (Molière)
1959/1960                   Carousel (Rodgers and Hammerstein)
                                    Carmen (Bizet)
                                    Arsenic and Old Lace (Kesselring)
                                    Ring Around the Moon (Anouilh)
                                    Snow White and Rose Red
Summer 1960              The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)
                                    Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry IV, Part I (Shakespeare)
1960/1961                   The Glass Menagerie (Williams)
                                    The Medium and the Telephone (Menotti)
                                    The Merits of the Case
                                    Where’s Charley (Thomas, Abbott & Loesser)
                                    The Farmer and the Fox
                                    Waiting for Godot (Beckett)
                                    Antigone (Sophocles)
Summer 1961              Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
                                    Hamlet (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry V (Shakespeare)
                                    Gammer Gurton’s Needle
1961/1962                   Beauty and the Beast
                                    Diary of Anne Frank (Goodrich & Hackett)
                                    Ghosts (Ibsen)
                                    Janus (Green)
                                    The Matchmaker (Wilder)
                                    Six Characters in Search of and Author (Pirandello)
                                    The Threepenny Opera (Brecht and Weill)
                                    The Three Sisters (Chekhov)
Summer 1962              The Tempest (Shakespeare)
                                    Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)
                                    Richard III (Shakespeare)
                                    Measure for Measure (Shakespeare)
1962/1963                   The Crucible (Miller)
                                    The Fantasticks (Schmidt & Jones)
                                    The Madwoman of Chaillot (Giradoux)
                                    Rashomon (Kanin)
                                    Dr. Knowall
Summer 1963              Richard II (Shakespeare)
                                    Othello (Shakespeare)
                                    The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare)
1963/1964                   Major Barbara (Shaw)
                                    King Arthur’s Sword
                                    Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    John Bull’s Other Playwright (Bandel)
                                    Tartuffe (Molière)
Summer 1964              As You Like It (Shakespeare)
                                    Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
                                    King John (Shakespearea0
1964/1965                   South Pacific (Rodgers and Hammerstein)
                                    The Look of Eagles (Crawford)
                                    Yerma (Garcia Lorca)
                                    Puss N’ Boots
Summer 1965              Anthony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry VIII (Shakespeare)
                                    The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare)
1965/1966                   Hippolytus (Euripides)
                                    Mother Courage and Her Children (Brecht)
                                    The Shoemaker’s Holiday (Dekker)
                                    The Farmer and the Fox
                                    Yeats One-Act Plays
Summer 1966              Hamlet (Shakespeare)
                                    The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry VI, Part I (Shakespeare)
1966/1967                   The Most Happy Fella (Loesser)
                                    The Recruiting Officer (Farquhar)
                                    The Sink and The Rooms (Pinter)
                                    The Age of Anxiety
Summer 1967              King Lear (Shakespeare)
                                    Love’s Labour’s Lost (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry IV, Part I (Shakespeare)
1967/1968                   Hedda Gabler (Ibsen)
                                    Mandragola (Machievelli)
                                    Amanda (Bandell)
Summer 1968              Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry IV, Part 2 (Shakespeare)
                                    Waiting for Godot (Beckett)
1968/1969                   Biedermann and the Firebugs (Frisch)
                                    Antigone (Anouilh)
                                    Oh, What a Lovely War (Greenwood et al.)
                                    Gallow’s Humor (Richardson)
                                    The Doctor in Spite of Himself (Molière)
                                    Arms and the Man (Shaw)
                                    The Boy with a Cart (Fry)
Summer 1969              Richard III (Shakespeare)
                                    Othello (Shakespeare)
                                    The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare)
1969/1970                   The Hostage (Behan)
                                    The Next Time I’ll Sing to You (Saunders)
                                    Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
                                    Hogan’s Goat (Alfred)
                                    Hansel and Gretel
                                    The Zoo Story (Albee)
                                    The Maids (Genet)
                                    Great Catherine (Shaw) and Overruled (Shaw)
                                    In the Jungle of the Cities (Brecht)
Summer 1970              Edward II (Shakespeare)
                                    Twelfth Night (Shakespeare)
                                    Troilus and Cressida (Shakespeare)
1970/1971                   The Miser (Molière)
                                    The Beaux’ Stratagem (Farquhar)
                                    What a Day for a Miracle (Harburg)
                                    The Tempest (Shakespeare)
                                    Marat/Sade (Weiss)
                                    Urban Blight
Summer 1971              The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)
                                    Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)
1971/1972                   The Trojan Women (Euripides)
                                    The Time of Your Life (Saroyan)
                                    A Streetcar Named Desire (Williams)
                                    A Flea in Her Ear (Feydeau)
                                    Camino Real (Williams)
                                    The Golden Goose
Summer 1972              Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare)
                                    The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare)
                                    As You Like It (Shakespeare)
1972/1973                   The Three Sisters (Chekhov)
                                    The Lady and the Tiger (Cover)
                                    L’Alouette (Anouilh)
                                    Covenant (Goldstein and Lash)
                                    Right You Are if You Think You Are (Pirandello)
                                    The Lucky Penny
Summer 1973              Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
                                    Richard III (Shakespeare)
                                    A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)
1973/1974                   The Lady’s Not for Burning (Fry)
                                    The Contrast (Tyler et al.)
                                    Murder in the Cathedral (Eliot)
                                    P.J. Jones (Lloyd)
Summer 1974              The Tempest (Shakespeare)
                                    Cymbeline (Shakespeare)
                                    Hamlet (Shakespeare)
1974/1975                   Under Milkwood (Thomas)
                                    West Side Story (Bernstein, Laurents, Robbins & Sondheim)
                                    The White Devil (Webster)
                                    The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Beaumont and Fletcher)
                                    Play Strindberg (Strindberg’s Dance of Death)
                                    You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (Gesner and Gordon)
Summer 1975              Our Town (Wilder)
                                    Timon of Athens (Shakespeare)
                                    Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
1975/1976                   Pride and Prejudice (Haynes)
                                    Lysistrata (Aristophanes)
                                    The Crucible (Miller)
                                    Thurber Carnival (Thurber)
                                    Daughters of Dionysus
Summer 1976              The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare)
                                    Richard II (Shakespeare)
                                    King Lear (Shakespeare)
1976/1977                   The Tree Climber (Tewfik al-Hakim)
                                    The Man of La Mancha (Wasserman, Darion, and Leigh)
                                    After the Fall (Miller)
                                    From Morn Til Midnight (Kaiser)
                                    The Chinese Wall (Frisch) (University Players)
                                    Oh, Coward (Coward and Cook)
                                    Candide (Wheeler, Wilbur and Bernstein)
Summer 1977              The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare)
                                    Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry IV, Part I (Shakespeare)
1977/1978                   The Threepenny Opera (Brecht and Weill)
                                    No Mo’ Jim Crow (Cover)
                                    The Importance of Being Earnest (Wilde)
                                    The Imaginary Invalid (Moliére)
                                    State of Siege (Camus) (University Players)
Summer 1978              Othello (Shakespeare)
                                    Twelfth Night (Shakespeare)
                                    The Star-Spangled Girl (Simon)
1978/1979                   Desire Under the Elms (O’Neill)
                                    The Wild Duck (Ibsen)
                                    Requiem for a Nun (Faulkner)
                                    When Bananas Grow on a Cherry Tree (Thomas)
Summer 1979              The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)
                                    Measure for Measure (Shakespeare)
                                    She Stoops to Conquer (Goldsmith)
1979/1980                   The Country Wife (Wycherly)
                                    Cabaret (Masteroff, Kander and Ebb)
                                    The 42nd President (Schultz)
                                    Native Son (Wright)
                                    Patience (Gilbert and Sullivan)
                                    Turning 30 (An imported show)
                                    Winnie the Pooh
Summer 1980              A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)
                                    As You Like It (Shakespeare)
                                    Pericles (Shakespeare)
1980/1981                   The Insect Comedy (Apek)
                                    The Canterbury Tales (Starkie, Coghill, Hill and Hawkins)
                                    The Lion in Winter (Golding)
                                    The Glass Menagerie (Williams)
                                    Celebration (Jones and Schmidt)
Summer 1981              Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
                                    The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare)
                                    Rosencrantz and Guilderstern are Dead (Stoppard)
1981/1982                   Arms and the Man (Shaw)
                                    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Shevelove, Gelbart and Sondheim)
                                    The Children’s Hour (Hellman)
                                    The Government Inspector (Gogol)
                                    Jacques Brel is Alive and Well (Brel)
                                    The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (Zindel)
                                    Hair (Ragni, Rado and MacDermont)
Summer 1982              Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
                                    Hay Fever (Coward)
                                    Coriolanus (Shakespeare)
1982/1983                   The Rivals (Sheridan)
                                    The Landscape of the Body (Guare)
                                    The Diary of Anne Frank (Goodrich and Hackett)
                                    Pippin (Hirson and Schwartz)
Summer 1983              The Tempest (Shakespeare)
                                    Love’s Labours Lost (Shakespeare)
                                    Henry IV, Parts 2 & 3 (Shakespeare)
1983/1984                   The Maid of Judah (Peters, Anthony and Read)
                                    Was He Anyone? (Simpson)
                                    Let’s Do It/Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (Lesch)
                                    Mother Courage and Her Children (Brecht)
Summer 1984              The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare)
                                    Richard III (Shakespeare)
                                    The Importance of Being Earnest (Wilde)
1984/1985                   Exit the King (Ionesco)
                                    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Williams)
                                    H.M.S. Pinafore (Gilbert and Sullivan)
                                    Working (Terkel) – University Players
                                    Billy Bishop Goes to War (Gray)
                                    The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)
Summer 1985              Hamlet (Shakespeare)
                                    The Man of La Mancha (Wasserman, Darion and Leigh)
                                    Charley’s Aunt (Thomas)
1985/1986                   Bus Stop (Inge)
                                    The Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan)
                                    Medea (Euripides by way of Jeffers)
                                    The Miser (Moliére)
Summer 1986              The Three Musketeers (Dumas)
                                    The Miracle Worker (Gibson)
                                    The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare)
1986/1987                   A Doll’s House (Ibsen)
                                    The Boy Friend (Wilson)
                                    Balm in Gilead (Wilson) – University Players
                                    Waiting for Godot (Beckett)
                                    The Contrast (Tyler et al)
Summer 1987              Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare)
                                    A Man for All Seasons (Bolt)
                                    The Glass Menagerie (Williams)
1987/1988                   The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Spark and Allen)
                                    Twelfth Night (Shakespeare)
                                    Widows and Children First (Feirstein)
                                    Me, Annie (Howett)
                                    A Cry of Players (Gibson)
Summer 1988              A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)
                                    Julius Caesar (Shakespeare)
                                    A Streetcar Named Desire (Williams)
1988/1989                   Extremities (Mastrosimone)
                                    Arsenic and Old Lace (Kesserling)
                                    Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    West Side Story (Bernstein, Laurents, Robbins & Sondheim) – University Players
                                    House of Blue Leaves (Guare)
                                    The Blacks (Genet)
1989/1990                   Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Mamet) and At Home (Weller)
                                    The Woman in Black (Mallatratt)
                                    As You Like It (Shakespeare)                                                                                   
                                    Six Characters in Search Of An Author (Pirandello)
                                    Antigone (Sophocles)
                                    A…My Name is Alice (Silver and Boyd)
1990/1991                   As Is (Hoffman)
                                    The Foreigner (Shue)
                                    Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
                                    Alice in Wonderland (LeGallienne and Friebus) University Players
                                    Vinegar Tom (Churchill)
                                    Agnes of God (Pielmeier)
1991/1992                   Sizwe Bansi is Dead (Fugard)
                                    The Fantasticks (Schmitt and Jones)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Equus (Schafer)
                                    School for Wives (Molière)
1992/1993                   Eastern Standard (Greenberg)
                                    Our Town (Wilder)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Quilters (Newman and Damashek)
                                    King Lear (Shakespeare)
1993/1994                   Three One Acts By Tennessee Williams
                                                The Case of the Crushed Petunias
                                                This Property is Condemned
                                                Hello from Bertha
                                    Oedipus Rex (Sophocles)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Little Shop of Horrors (Ashman and Menken)
1994/1995                   Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Ball)
                                    Measure for Measure (Shakespeare)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Loesser, Burrows, Weinstock & Gilbert)
1995/1996                   A Piece of My Heart (Lauro)
                                    The Menaechmi (Plautus)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Assassins (Sondheim and Wheeler)
1996/1997                   The Elephant Man (Pomerance)
                                    Tartuffe (Moliére)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Babes in Arms (Rodgers and Hart)
1997/1998                   Crimes of the Heart (Henley)
                                    Angels in America, Part I (Kushner)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Importance of Being Earnest (Wilde)
1998/1999                   Getting Out (Norman)
                                    The Dining Room (Gurney)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Death of a Salesman (Miller)
1999/2000                   Emma (Asher)
                                    Anything Goes (Porter)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    As You Like It (Shakespeare)
2000/2001                   Blithe Spirit (Coward)
                                    Sweet Charity (Coleman, Fields and Simon)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Miser (Molière)
2001/2002                   The Laramie Project (Kaufmann)
                                    The Birds (Aristophanes)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Miracle Worker (Gibson)
2002/2003                   Dancing at Lughnasa (Friel)
                                    The Crucible (Miller)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    COLE? (Revised by Stachan and Green)
2003/2004                   Remember the Children…Terezin
                                                Selection from I Never Saw Another Buttefly (Edited by Volavkova)
                                    Metamorphoses (Zimmerman)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Art of Dining (Howe)
2004/2005                   Antigone (Anouilh – adapted from Galantiere)
Rumors (Simon)
The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare)
2005/2006                   Beyond Therapy (Durang)
                                    Hair (MacDermot, Rado and Ragni)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Ring Around the Moon (Fry)
2006/2007                   The Underpants (Sternheim – adaptation by Steve Martin)
                                    Macbeth (Shakespeare)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    La Ronde (Schnitzler – English version by Eric Bentley)
2007/2008                   Found a Peanut (Margulies)
                                    Miss Firecracker Contest (Henley)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Compleat Female Stage Beauty (Hatcher)
2008/2009                   Eurydice (Ruhl)
                                    Cabaret (Masteroff, Kander and Ebb)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Sea Gull (Chekhov)
2009/2010                   Arms and the Man (Shaw)
                                    You Can’t Take It With You (Kaufman and Hart)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Godspell (Tebelak and Schwartz)
2010/2011                   Cloud 9 (Churchill)
                                    A Doll’s House (Ibsen)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Twelfth Night or What You Will (Shakespeare)
2011/2012                 Stop Kiss (Son)
                                    The Good Woman of Setzuan (Brecht)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Beaux’ Stratagem (Farquhar)
2012/2013                   How I Learned to Drive (Vogel)
                                    The Arabian Nights (Zimmerman)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    The Heidi Chronicles (Wasserstein)
2013/2014                   The Mousetrap (Christie)
                                    Little Women (Chamberlain)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Urinetown (Hollman and Kotis)
2014/2015                   A Grand Night For Singing (Rodgers and Hammerstein)
                                    Our Town (Wilder)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare)
2015/2016                   The 39 Steps (Barlow)
                                    Marat/Sade (Weiss)
                                    The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                    Noises Off (Frayn)
2016/2017                  Stupid F#*king Bird (Posner)
                                   Dracula (Dietz)
                                   The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                   Spring Awakening (Sater and Sheik)
2017/2018                 The Exonerated (Blank and Jensen)
                                  Sense and Sensibility (Hamill)
                                  The Toys Take Over Christmas (Clapp)
                                  Peter and The Starcatcher (Elice and Barker)
2018/2019                Hand to God (Askins)
                                 Tartuffe (Moliere)
                                 Pippin (Schwartz and Hirson)
2019/2020                The Wolves (DeLappe)
                                 The Normal Heart (Kramer)
                                 Shakespeare in Love (Hall)
2020/2021                An Enemy of the People (written by Henrik Ibsen - adapted by Brad Birch)
2021/2022               Blue Window (Rene)
                                It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (Landry)
                                She Kills Monsters (Nguyen)
2022/2023               Walking: performance ruminations in ambulatory process (Based on the novel by Thomas Bernhard - Adaptation by
                                 Paul Besaw & Kathleen Gough)
                                 Straight White Men (Young Jean Lee)
                                 Bat Boy: The Musical (Book by Keythe Farley & Brian Flemming, Music & Lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe)