College of Arts and Humanities

Current Season

Unless otherwise noted, all Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm. Sunday matinees begin at 2pm.


By Lynn Nottage September 26 - October 6, 2019 • Black Box

Layoffs and picket lines pit co-workers against each other as they fight to make ends meet.

A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

Book and lyrics by Robert L. Freedman • Music and lyrics by Steven Lutvak October 17-27 • Main Stage

A distant heir to a family fortune sets out to speed up the line of succession by using a great deal of charm... and a dash of murder.

Water by the Spoonful

By Quiara Alegría Hudes November 14-24, 2019 • Black Box

A compassionate and uplifting look at the fight for forgiveness, redemption and what it means to be family.

The Rover

By Aphra Behn January 23-February 2, 2020 • Main Stage

Travel to Italy where love, lust and sword fights bring this restoration comedy about a band of banished Englishmen to life.


Music by Mark Hollmann • Lyrics by Hollmann and Greg Kotis • Book by Kotis March 26 - April 5, 2020 • Main Stage

A side-splitting sendup of greed, love, revolution (and musicals!), in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.

Pegasus PlayLab

Workshop: El Wiz

Book by Paul Castaneda • Music by Juan Cantu June 1-2, 2019

In a LatinX homage to the classic story, El Wiz is a heartwarming musical tale of faith and familia. Expelled from Puerto Rico by the wrath of Hurricane Maria, Dorothy is magically transported to the spectacular land of NYOz!

Workshop: It’s a Small World (or The Robot Play)

By Amber Palmer June 8-9, 2019

Anne, a recovering drug addict, reconnects with her childhood best friend after he abandons his robot son/coffeemaker at Disney World. This contact leads to a long road trip from Orlando to Canandaigua, New York, where the duo meet people and small kitchen appliances who are just as lost as they are. They are reminded of what it means to be human and, as E. E. Cummings put it, that “love is the every only god.”

Workshop: They Must Be Women Now!

By Nedra Pezold Roberts June 15-16, 2019

Charleen (alias Sweet Tea), like her ancient predecessor, Sophocles’ Antigone, has a big mouth that gets her into trouble. Fired from her high-powered job in Atlanta where she finally had enough of men interrupting her and taking credit for her ideas, she returns to her home in Half Way, Georgia, where her feisty mother is the owner of Miss Althea’s Bridal Boutique and Bail Bonds. Caught in various traps forged by their own time, culture and individual journeys, it is the characters' job to discover themselves and "become women now."


By Emily Dendinger June 13-23, August 29 - September 1, 2019

Having attended her first picket at five years old, Laurel is proud of the good work she has done in the name of the Lord. Groomed to be the next leader of her radical church, Laurel takes to Twitter to spread the Word. When her tweets are responded to by an agnostic college student, a rabbi and a few Twitter trolls, Laurel struggles to determine the true meaning of her faith and define her relationship with God.

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