Welcome to the Theatre Department

We are a community of students, faculty, and staff who are committed to theatre education that combines scholarship and art. We seek to foster creativity, critical thinking, excellence, and professionalism through the integration of courses, productions, workshops, and other activities. We seek to understand theatre not only as a means of artistic expression and a form of entertainment but, as a window onto history, a method of inquiry into all things human, and a vehicle for social change.

We invite you to join us in this mission. For more information, contact any Theatre department faculty or staff member, look around this website, or just stop by the Robsham Theater Arts Center today and say hello.

Oil by Ella Hickson; Directed by Patricia Riggin; October 21-24, 2021

Oil

By Ella Hickson
Directed by Patricia Riggin
October 21-24, 2021

Synopsis: Time travel through the “Age of Oil” with May, a woman who marvels at the glow of a kerosene lantern in 1889, and journeys into the future to work as waitress in British occupied Iran in 1908; then, as an oil executive in 1970’s London; a former Member of Parliament in the desert outside Kirkuk in 2021; and on to 2051, where she lives in a world where oil is now scarce. Will we deplete this ancient resource in 200 years?

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Architect, Bjarkle Ingels Group


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J.D., Suffolk Law School


Production Stage Manager, Cruise Line


Photographer, Playbill


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Professional Dancer, 10 Hairy Legs Dance Company
 

Fulbright Grantee, Malaysia
 

CEO/owner, HighLife Productions Marketing
 

Doctoral student, U of Washington School of Drama
 

Professional Actor
 

History Teacher, Melrose High School