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 53rd season, and the quality of our productions is better than ever.
Autumn Quarter Mainstage
Death by Design
November 14–23, 2013
A comic mystery thriller combining an Agatha Christie mystery plot with the wit of a Noel Coward comedy.
Winter Quarter Mainstage
The Miracle Worker
January 30–February 8, 2014
This classic dramatizes the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher, Annie Sullivan, and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller.
The Dining Room
March 4–8, 2014
Set in the dining room of a well-to-do household, the play creates an in-depth portrait of life for a group of upper-class Northeasterners.
Spring Quarter Mainstage
April 24–May 3, 2014
Jon Robin Baitz’s adaptation of one of the most intriguing, perplexing, and complex plays of modern theatre reveals “a more universal tragedy."
Spring Quarter Studio
Tomato Plant Girl
May 27–31, 2014
A lonely girl, new to town, tries to make a new best friend. Together they plant and care for a garden, always following the bossy friend’s rules.
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.