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Rochester College Theatre Arts


    
Thank you for visiting our website!  Each year we produce four to five plays on campus. We choose works ranging from classical to contemporary in a variety of styles. We often take our performances into the community, and have toured productions to schools, churches, and even museums such as the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington, and the Museum of African-American History in Detroit. Each fall we partner with the music department to produce a musical. Auditions are open to the entire student body. Recent productions have included Christ In the Concrete City, Seussical, and The Crucible.
 
Rochester College offers a theatre major, a theatre minor, and interdisciplinary concentrations in theatre and performing arts. 
 
Rochester College is pleased to partner with UnCovered Theatre Company. Their mission, “to offer hope, shed light on the human condition, and uncover goodness, truth and beauty through our art,” fits well RC Theatre’s mission to pursue truth and bring richness to life through the creative arts. To find out more about this professional theatre company, visit 




 

 

 
 

 
 
 
Tickets to our April play, The Troilus and Cressida Project, are now on sale!
 
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2013-14 Theatre Season!
 
Christ in The Concrete City (Considered one of the most eloquent Christian dramas)
September 19-22, 2013

 
The Fantasticks (A charming musical in which concerning two neighboring parents trick their children into falling in love by pretending to feud.)
November 14-17, 22-24, 2013


Anne of Green Gables: Based on the beloved L.M Montgomery classic. Fun for the whole family!  
February 20-23, 2014

 
The Troilus and Cressida Project: An adaption of William Shakespeare's telling of the war-torn lovers amid the Trojan War. 

Petticoat Surgeon: A brand new play by our own Dr. David Keller dramatizing a little piece of local history.  A touring production, also playing on campus in May 2014.
 
 Trojan Women: In this 30-minute adaptation the ensemble explores the bleak and agonizing portrait of the brutality of war.  A touring production, will also pair with Troilus and Cressida