Muhlenberg Theatre Association Announces Fall 2022 Studio Productions
Friday, June 24, 2022 04:46 PM
The student-run Muhlenberg Theatre Association presents a series of Studio Productions every semester — produced, directed, designed, and performed entirely by students. Fall 2022 Studio Productions will be held Nov. 17-20, in the Studio Theatre, Trexler Pavilion. Stay tuned for audition and ticketing info. Performances are free but ticketed.
Tick Tick... BOOM!
by Jonathan Larson
directed by Brayden Stallman
music directed by Bethany Qian
Tick Tick... BOOM! is an autobiographical rock musical that explores the realization that you have grown up. The musical follows the story of a composer and the sacrifices he made to achieve his big break as three actors play ten different characters that are crucial in his life. This show forces the characters to reckon with the question of what is "success," and what is success worth.
God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza
directed by Joey Marcacci
God of Carnage is a beautifully destructive comedy about two sets of parents, one of whose child has hurt the other at a park. The parents get together to try and have a civilized discussion about the incident. It doesn't stay civil for long.
She Kills Monsters
by Qui Nguyen
directed by Connor McCully
She Kills Monsters is a one-of-a-kind adventurous dramatic comedy viewed through a parodied lense of fantasy role playing games! She Kills Monsters centers around grieving sister Agnes Evans coming to terms with the loss of her younger sister, Tilly. One day when searching through Tilly’s belongings, Agnes finds her sister's Dungeons and Dragons notebook and she is propelled full force into the fantasy world that her sister found refuge in. She Kills Monsters will be a unique adventurous piece for both the cast and audience, thrusting them into the world of elves, dwarves, orcs, and demons while simultaneously analyzing the humanity and reality of grief, sexuality, and more.
About the Muhlenberg College Theatre & Dance Department
Muhlenberg offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in theatre and dance. The Princeton Review ranked Muhlenberg’s theatre program in the top twelve in the nation for eight years in a row, and Fiske Guide to Colleges lists both the theatre and dance programs among the top small college programs in the United States. Muhlenberg is one of only eight colleges to be listed in Fiske for both theatre and dance.