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Season 2016-17

Next up:

The 7th Annual Dance Concert

Julie Petry, Artistic Director
April 23 & 24, 2017
Free to all. Tickets available at the door.
Mitrani Hall in Haas Center for the Performing Arts

Covering a vast array of exciting dance styles, we invite you to this year's 7th Annual Dance Minor Concert. Featuring a blend of student, faculty and staff talents, alongside varied guest artist designers in lighting, costuming, choreography and performance, we look forward to taking you on an expressive journey. This year's concert features works investigating political and social commentary on racism, an exciting exploration of props--including fabric, elastics and drumsticks, a glimpse at the different aspects of loving relationships that fail and/or succeed, to dances exploring the acceptance of one's own body. This concert promises to leave the audience with a piggy bank full of powerful imagery, and unforgettable moments connecting energy, music, expression, and visual meaning. We hope to see you there!


The Rocky Horror Show

Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O'Brien
Directed by professional guest artist Samantha Norton
Choreography by Professor Julie Petry
Music Direction by Professor David Tedford
Genre: Musical, Dark Comedy

November 3-6, 2016

Newly engaged couple Brad and Janet are stranded in a storm, but find safe haven—or so they think—at the nearby castle… It just so happens that this is the home of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a mad (but sweet) transvestite scientist and his Time Warp-ing associates from outer space.
"A socko wacko weirdo rock concert." - WNBC TV
"Campy trash."- Time


A comedy by Mary Chase
Directed by Professor David A. Miller
March 1-5, 2017
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm, Sunday at 3:00pm

Tickets $6 adults, $4 seniors/students, free for BU students with ID. Tickets at the door starting one hour before curtain time or in advance at the Haas Box Office
Performances at the Alvina Krause Theatre, 226 Center St. in downtown Bloomsburg

“One can’t have too many friends,” Elwood P. Dowd insists. The only problem is that Harvey is one of his best friends and is a mischievous creature. Not everyone is happy to have Harvey around…

Harvey won the Pulitzer Prize Drama in 1945.

Beyond Communication: Three plays in three days (Student-driven Project)

April 5, 6 and 7, 2017
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 7:30pm
Performances on the Mitrani Stage in the Haas Center for Performing Arts
Free to all. Tickets available at the door.

Beyond Communication is our featured Student Driven Projects this year. These are three plays written by students from the Advanced Scriptwriting class. The plays are entirely performed and directed by students. Each night will feature a different play by a different playwright, and we will hold a talkback session following the performances in order to allow the audience to give feedback for the artists. The main goal of the talkbacks will be to provide information to the playwright pertaining to audience impact. This will help the playwright in further revising of the work

Creatures of the Night by Jonathan Lewis
Wednesday, April 5 at 7:30pm

It's another normal day for college student Scott Hawthorne as he tries to find his way in life. There's a quick shift, however, when he has a quick hookup with a hot demon hunter. Now the two of them and their friends have to face off with a horde of demons and the mastermind behind them.

F-Bomb by Zachary Hueston
Thursday, April 6 at 7:30pm

Girl is having a grand old time cheating on her Boyfriend until he walks into the room. They break up, and Girl wants to use her freedom to have a fun night with her Friend. It's a great plan until the Boyfriend and the Guy she hooked up with won't leave her alone. It seems as though nothing can keep these two away, but excessive use of the F-Word doesn't hurt.

Lily by Nate Stosius
Friday, April 7 at 7:30pm

War veteran Miles has the grueling task of meeting with his ex-wife today. Luckily, he has his daughter Lily with him to help keep the peace. Just as they plan to leave, Lily mysteriously disappears from the house, and Miles finds himself needing his ex to help search for her.

Audition Information

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For information about joining the dance program, visit the Dance Minor page.

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