Current Season 2020/2021

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Inside The Actor's Process: Hope 

Inside the Actor’s Process: Hope

An actor’s attitude can make a major difference in nailing that audition or flopping on your face. Join this troupe of traveling thespians as they explore a plethora of pieces highlighting the pleasure and pain experienced as actors go through their process. How do you define success? Is the self-sacrifice worth it for a few claps? Inside the Actor’s Process: Hope is a journey exploring the aspirations and frustrations of actors, acting, auditioning, and applause as they strive to change the lives of audiences and find fulfillment in their own creative expression.


Discover why the need to connect with each other and share our stories is an essential part of our lives even in the face of immense uncertainty and little personal gain.

Inside The Actors Process Hope
The Mad Ones


The Mad Ones 

The Mad Ones 

Mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved... 18-year-old Samantha Brown sits in a hand-me-down car with the keys clutched in her hand. Caught between a yearning for the unknown and feeling bound by expectation, she telescopes back to a time before her world had fallen apart.

As she relives her senior year, we meet Sam’s well-intentioned helicopter mother Bev and her high school sweetheart of a boyfriend Adam, but it’s her painfully alive best friend Kelly that haunts her. Kelly was everything Sam is not – impetuous and daring. She pushed Sam to break rules and do the unexpected. When Kelly’s killed in a car wreck, Sam loses not only her best friend but also the part of herself that was learning to be brave. Now, Sam has to make a decision. Will she follow her mother’s dreams for her, or will she summon the courage to drive away from her friends and family into a future she can’t imagine?


The Stagehouse Theatre will return in the Spring semester with The Mad Ones directed by Geno Carr of Broadway’s Come From Away. 



Red Bike

Red Bike

What kind of future will you have living in these here United States?

Remember when you were eleven years old and you had a bike, one that made you dream about a world bigger than the one in which you live? This is that memory. Except it is now.

In the few moments before a child crashes their red bike, we explore the socio-economic divide, capitalism, globalism, nationalism, gentrification, the racial tensions and immigration, our relationship with technology, the differences between rural and urban communities, and the gap between old and young – all through the eyes of an eleven year old child. 

Red Bike is a rich, poetic, insightful and wonderfully theatrical text.


Red Bike will be directed by Katie Banville.


 Red Bike

Stay tuned for more details on our Summer Conservatory Production.



Fall 2020 Productions


Hope at the End of the World

Hope at the
End of the World


Hope at the End of the World

Hope at the End of the World is a devised piece of theatre created by the Director and Cast specifically for a Zoom audience. A truly collaborative piece of storytelling, "Hope at the End of the World" focuses its themes on events that are surrounding our world right now, along with universal themes of love, growth as an individual and as a community, and finding joy through difficult times.




Ty Ty loves to play sports, do puzzles, and play with his dump truck. He also loves toys and clothes that sparkle! When his older sister, Jazmine, shows off her new shimmery skirt, Ty Ty wants in on the joy of wearing sparkly things too. The grown-ups in Ty Ty's life are supportive, but the other children aren’t so sure. After being teased for wearing “girls’ clothes” Ty Ty’s big sister realizes that he has the right to be himself and wear whatever he wants. Why can’t people wear what they’d like to feel good about themselves? In this is sweet, heartwarming story about acceptance, tolerance, and the freedom to be yourself, outward expression is celebrated for everyone!




The Winter's Tale 

The Winter’s Tale

When Leontes accuses his wife, Hermione, of infidelity with his best friend, the King of Bohemia the accusation leads to her death, the death of their son, and the exile of a baby daughter he may never know. Will he come to his senses? Will he find his daughter? Will she forgive him? Will he forgive himself?


One of Shakespeare's final plays, The Winter's Tale is considered a romantic comedy, but is filled with elements of tragedy and magic. Spanning 16 years and two countries, journey with us to Italy and Bohemia to experience heartbreak and death, betrayal and grief, young love blossoming in fields, and the most difficult stage direction Shakespeare ever wrote: Exit, pursued by a bear.