Production History

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Theatre Productions: 1993-2024

2023-24


Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream adapted and directed by M. Graham Smith

One Act Plays under the direction of the Theatre Program Class of '24

 

2022-23

The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht. Directed and Translated by Domenique Lozano

Earthchild & The Waking Up: An Eco-Drama for Young Audiences written and directed by Daniel Larlham

Willow & Houston Throw the Grad Party of the F*cking CenturyA Lit Musical Mashup
Creative Team under the direction of the Theatre Program Class of '23

 

2021-22

Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Directed by Daniel Larlham (Dance Nation, The School for Lies, Twelfth Night, Lysistrata)

Keeping It Real: 10th Annual Festival of One Act Plays
Creative Team under the direction of the Theatre Program Class of '22

 

2020-2021

Dance Nation by Clare Barron. Directed by Daniel Larlham

Playwright Clare Barron in Conversation
Friday Oct. 23, 2020 6:00-7:00 pm
The playwright takes us inside her writing process and shares the artistic goals and personal experiences behind Dance Nation. Director Daniel Larlham moderates.

New Works Festival: Our Gendered Present in Conversation with our Past by student playwrightsArtistic direction by Amissa Miller and Deanna Zibello; individual works directed by students.

Children's Tales from Around the Globe directed by Cathy Davalos. JanTerm children's show featuring Dance Theatre:

gather 'round by Karen Ann Daniels (with help from the SMC students). Directed by Victor Malana Maog. Music Director: Dr. Sixto F. Montesinos Jr.; Choreographer: Antonio Brown.

 

2019-20

This is Modern Art by Kevin Coval and Idris Goodwin. Directed by Amissa Miller

Charlotte’s Web adapted by Joseph Robinette. Directed by Will Huddleston  [Jan Term]

The School for Lies by David Ives. Directed by Daniel Larlham (canceled due to Covid-19)

 

2018-19

Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov. Directed by Frank Murray

Miss Nelson is Missing! by Allard and Marshall. Book, Music & Lyrics by Joan Cushing. Directed by Will Huddleston [Jan Term]

Cabaret by Kander and Ebb. Directed by Jon Tracy

Under 30: A Festival of One-acts by student playwrightsArtistic direction by Daniel Larlham; individual works directed by students

 

2017-18

...and Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi by Marcus Gardley. Directed by Ken Prestininzi

Puss 'n Boots adapted and directed by Will Huddleston [Jan Term]

Impure Thoughts (without apology) by Ken Prestininzi. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Under 30: A Festival of One-acts by student playwrightsArtistic direction by Lisa Marie Rollins; individual works directed by students

 

2016-17

Twelfth Night by Shakespeare. Directed by Daniel Larlham

Good Night Moon book/music/lyrics by Chad Henry. Directed by Will Huddleston [Jan Term]

In the Heights by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Directed by Nick Gabriel

365 Plays/365 Days by Suzan-Lori Parks. Artistic direction by Lisa Marie Rollins; individual selections directed by students 

 

2015-16

Chaste (an awful comedy) by Ken Prestininzi. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Charlotte’s Web adapted by Joseph Robinette. Directed by Will Huddleston  [Jan Term]

Lysistrata by Aristophanes. Directed by Daniel Larlham

The Car Plays by student playwrightsArtistic direction by Rebecca Engle; individual scripts written and directed by students

 

2014-15

Anyone Can Whistle by Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Frank Murray

The Adventures of Pinocchio adapted and directed by Will Huddleston  [Jan Term]

The Good Person of Setzuan by Bertolt Brecht. Directed by Daniel Larlham

Under 30: A Festival of One-acts by student playwrightsArtistic direction by Lisa Marie Rollins; individual works directed by students

 

2013-14

And when we awoke there was light and light by Laura Jacmin. Directed by Susannah Martin

Puss 'n' Boots adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Antigone(s) by Sophocles. Directed by Frank Murray

 

2012-13

Spring Awakening by Frank Wedekind, book & lyrics by Steven Sater. Directed by Reid Davis [Jan Term]

A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard. Directed by Frank Murray

 

2011-12

June in a Box by Octavio Solis. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Hansel and Gretel adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere. Directed by Reid Davis

 

2010-11

Angels in America, Part One: Millenium Approaches by Tony Kushner. Directed by Reid Davis

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Angels Among Us, traditional Medieval cycle plays. Directed by Frank Murray

 

2009-10

At Mrs. Dalloway’s Party adapted from Virginia Woolf stories. Directed by Delia MacDougall

Rip Van Winkle adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Sera by Angela Santillo. Directed by Rebecca Engle

 

2008-09

Abundance by Beth Henley. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Rumpelstiltskin adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Reid Davis

 

2007-08

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. Directed by Reid Davis

Goldilocks and the Three Bears adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

17 Reasons Why by Naomi Iizuka. Directed by Catherine Castellanos

 

2006-07

Marfa Lights by Octavio Solis. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Song of the Swallows written and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Urinetown by Greg Koltis and Mark Hollmann. Directed by Reid Davis

 

2005-06

Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Directed by Dan Cawthon

New Clothes for the Empress adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Lorca in a Green Dress by Nilo Cruz. Directed by Rebecca Engle

 

2004-05

The Firebugs by Max Frisch. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Thumbelina adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Albee3, one-acts by Edward Albee. Directed by Dan Cawthon & Saundra Alassio

 

2003-04

Good Night Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet by Anne-Marie MacDonald. Directed by Frank Murray

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. Directed by Dan Cawthon

 

2002-03

She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith. Directed by Dan Cawthon

Hansel and Gretel adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Venus by Suzan-Lori Parks. Directed by Rebecca Engle

 

2001-02

Tales of the Lost Formicans by Constance Cogdon. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Puss in Boots adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Actor’s Nightmare/God by Christopher Durang/Woody Allen. Directed by Frank Murray

 

2000-01

Iphigenia and other Daughters by Ellen McLaughlin. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Cinderella adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Our Town by Thorton Wilder. Directed by Dan Cawthon

 

1999-2000

Philadelphia, Here I Come! by Brian Friel. Directed by Dan Cawthon

The Princess and The Pea adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim. Directed by Frank Murray

 

1998-99

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Frank Murray

The Ugly Duckling adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Alabama Rain by Heather McCutcheon. Directed by Rebecca Engle

 

1997-98

The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky, adapted by Anthony Clarvoe. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White. Adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere. Directed by Dan Cawthon

 

1996-97

Trojan Women by Euripides. Directed by Frank Murray

Most Valuable Player: The Jackie Robinson Story by Mary Surface. Directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Man of LaMancha by Wasserman/Leigh/Darion. Directed by Dan Cawthon

 

1995-96

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

Spunk by Zora Neale Hurston, adapted by George C. Wolfe. Directed by Rebecca Engle

 

1994-95

The House of Blue Leaves by John Guare. Directed by Rebecca Engle

Rumpelstiltskin adapted and directed by Michael Cook [Jan Term]

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, adapted by Cummins & Scoullar. Directed by Dan Cawthon

 

1993-94

Hippolytus by Euripides. Directed by Dan Cawthon [Jan Term]

Little Shop of Horrors by Ashman & Menken. Directed by Frank Murray