We do plays.
Washington College drama students play many different characters and many different roles behind-the-scenes, while learning about the theatrical arts and about themselves. As a drama major, you’ll learn the nuts and bolts of acting, directing, and production, explore the history of theater, and learn to act and think imaginatively.
Whatever your interests, there is something for you in WAC Drama. Drama majors can write a script, perform, direct, stage manage, or design a show to complete their senior capstone. Courses in history, acting, directing, design and dramaturgy prepare our students for internships in cities such as Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., graduate work, and careers in the theater and many other fields.
In Fall 2009, the renovated Gibson Center for the Arts became the centerpiece of the drama department, providing a state-of-the-art environment for performers, technicians, and audiences.
All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
For tickets reservations call 410-778-7835 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
FALL 2014 PRODUCTIONS
Old Times by Harold Pinter
October 2-5 in Tawes Theatre
Directed by Professor Brendon Fox
The Bacchae 2.1 by Charles L. Mee
October 17-18 (Outdoors)
A Senior Directing Thesis by Patrick Derrickson
Middletown by Will Eno
October 24-25 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Rachel Dilliplane
The Lucky Ladies by Dominic Finocchiaro
November 7-8 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Matt Ridge
The Man Who Turned Into a Stick by Kobo Abe
Novemeber 14-15 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Tamanyo Kamimura
The Beauteous Majesty of Denmark by Val Dunn from William Shakespeare
November 21-22 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Val Dunn
SPRING 2015 PRODUCTIONS
Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
March 3-6 in Decker Theatre
Directed by Professor Dale Daigle
Next to Normal with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and music by Tom Kitt
March 20-21 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Amanda Varvar
Ondine by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Dan O’Brien
March 27-28 in Tawes Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Marley Kabin
Red by John Logan
April 3-4 in Decker Theatre
A Senior Directing Thesis by Austin Lewis
Henry V by William Shakespeare
April 10-11 Outdoors
A Senior Directing Thesis by Nicholas O’Meally
Venus in Fur by David Ives
April 17-18 in Gibson Center for the Arts – Rehearsal Room
A Senior Directing Thesis by Mackenzie Turnbull
The Rose O’Neill Literary House has awarded next year’s Douglass Wallop Fellowship to New York playwright, Sheri Wilner.
Written by Tom Stoppard, Arcadia is directed by Professor Brendon Fox
A true team effort brings the Tony Award winning play to Decker Theatre April 16 through 19.
Written by David Hirson, La Bête is a Senior Directing Thesis by Phaedra Scott
Written by Leslye Headland, Bachelorette is a Senior Directing Thesis by Alexandra Sparco