Current Season

Current Season

Season 2020-21

The Screen Plays

Dramatic Stories & Digital (Dis)connections
A virtual performance festival of six original plays written and performed by Bloomsburg University students.

Student playwrights from Theatre and Creative Writing will write one-, two- or three-character 10-minute plays that take place in a video/digital environment (real or invented). The truthful circumstances of their environment make it necessary that their meeting is by way of digital screens. The plays will be acted by students—auditions open to all students at Bloomsburg University—and directed by advanced directing students and faculty from the Division of Theatre and Dance.

The six original plays will be performed over two nights. Three will be released to the public as a series on Wednesday, November 11 at 7:30pm, and a second series of three plays will be released on Thursday, November 12 at 7:30pm.

For detailed information about how to get involved in this project, visit The Screen Plays page. ::: If you have questions or are interested in expressing interest in getting involved in The Screen Plays, contact Professor David A. Miller, Artistic Director of The Screen Plays.

Much Ado About Murder

A Virtual Audience Participation Murder Mystery
by Pat Cook
Directed by Dr. Carrie Winship
March 10-14, 2021
Auditions November 15-17 (Details to be posted on the Auditions page)

About the Play: Rich but rotten Carlton Larraby is hosting yet another themed dinner party for his family and friends: a Halloween party with everybody dressed as a character from Shakespeare. The macabre surprise at this particular party? Someone's been murdered and it's up to the guests, including the audience, to solve the mystery.

Table for One :: The Tenth Annual Dance Minor Concert

Artistic Direction by Julie Petry, MFA
April 2021 (Specific details TBA)

About the Performance: A collection of live performed/non-edited dance solos/duets paired with some pre-edited dance for the camera pieces will be released as a full-length performance for viewing online. These works will reveal the impacts of the COVID-19 experience on our lives. Will feature choreography and performances by BU Dance Minors and collaborative design elements by Theatre faculty and students.

Audition Information

For audition information for all plays and musicals, visit the Auditions page.
For information about joining the dance program, visit the Dance Minor page.

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