Theatre

Wonderful Town
Medea
Unnecessary Farce
Macbeth PhD
The Onion of Existence
Something's Afoot
Shiloh Rules
Hold, Please
Iolanthe
A Servant of Two Masters
Pirates of Penzanze
The Problem of Evil
4.48 Psychosis
The Laramie Project
Wonderful Town
The Glass Menagerie
Something's Afoot
Macbeth PhD
Hold Please
Three Tall Women

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Students, Senior Citizens, MBC Faculty and Staff ($7/$25 season tickets)

Other Adults ($12/$50 season tickets)

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The Mary Baldwin College Theatre Department, in the Fletcher Collins Theatre, plays host to five or more student productions a year. This versatile and intimate black box theatre produces dramas, comedies, experimental plays, and at least one musical per academic year. It is also home to the biennial student-directed One Act Festival held during May Term. As one of the many local theaters in the Staunton area, the MBC Theatre Department is a haven for the avid theatre-goer.

Up Next

All Shows run Wednesday-Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. in the Fletcher Collins Theatre, Deming Fine Arts Building.

April 6–10

Arcadia
by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Greg A. Beam

In 1809, amidst passion and rivalries on an English country estate, a brilliant young pupil proposed a startling scientific theory well beyond her own comprehension. More than 200 years later, academic adversaries try to piece together clues from the past on the same English country estate in their quest for elusive truths. Tom Stoppard lets us travel between the times as we, along with the characters, discover clues to what really happened.

May 11–15

The Play’s the Thing

MBC’s student-directed play to be announced.

The Season

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Patience, or Bunthorne’s Bride
by Gilbert & Sullivan
Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl
Arcadia by Tom Stoppard
The Play’s the Thing