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2014–15 Season

McKinley Hall, SPU Campus

The Theatre Department at Seattle Pacific has been producing stellar plays for more than a half-century. Each year, we offer an Autumn Quarter mainstage production, a Winter Quarter mainstage production, student-directed one-act plays, a Spring Quarter mainstage production, and a Spring Quarter studio production. We are now in our 54th season, and the quality of our productions is better than ever.

Autumn Quarter Mainstage

Lost in Yonkers

November 13–22, 2014
Neil Simon's masterful family comedy-drama which won the 1991 Pulitzer and Best Play Tony Awards.

Winter Quarter Mainstage

King Lear

January 29–February 7, 2014
Shakespeare's tragedy of two fathers and their children in an ancient kingdom.

Student-Directed One-Acts

An Evening of David Ives One-Act Comedies

March 3–7, 2015
Three student directors present Ives’ “Sure Thing,” “Captive Audience,” and “The Universal Language.

Spring Quarter Mainstage

As It Is in Heaven

April 23–May 2, 2015
Arlene Hutton's beautiful, musical tale of the life of Shaker women in the community at Mount Pleasant, Kentucky in the 19th century.

Spring Quarter Backstage

Oh Coward! A Musical Revue

May 21–30, 2015
Three performers act and sing the best of Noel Coward.

Box Office

Box Office at a Glance

P: 206-281-2959
E: boxoffice@spu.edu
O: McKinley Hall

More information, including Box Office hours of operation.

Why Study Theatre?

Why Study Theatre?

Studying theatre, performing theatre, and otherwise engaging in the world and work of theatre will enrich your life and offer you many career and life opportunities.

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