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2021 - 2022 Season

October 28 – 30 | Seeler Studio Theatre
7:30pm each evening and 2pm on Saturday

Orphan Muses

by Michel Marc Bouchard

1965. A house on top of a hill. An isolated village in Québec, Canada. Three sisters and their brother are reunited for the first time in many years. The reason for the reunion: the imminent return of their mother, who abandoned them twenty years earlier, leaving the town in the amorous arms of her Spanish lover.  After her departure, the older siblings rewrote the family history to protect Isabelle, who was seven-years old at the time.  Fantasy replaced reality. But today, as the orphans await the mother’s return, Isabelle will demand to know the truth. A tragicomedy about loss, family secrets, love, and the power of the imagination.

Directed by Claudio Medeiros

November 11 – 13 | Hepburn Zoo

No One is Forgotten

by Winter Miller

Gabriella Martin’s 700 work in acting and Madison Middleton’s 500 work in directing

November 18 – 20 | Hepburn Zoo

Gidion’s Knot

by Johnna Adams

Ryan Kirby’s 500 work in directing

December 2- 4 | Wright Memorial Theatre
7:30pm each evening

She Kills Monsters

by Qui Nguyen

Agnes Evans is an average young woman who wished her life in Athens, Ohio, was less boring. Then, the sudden death of her sister opened the door to a world of adventure. Turns out that her teenage sister Tilly, fascinated with the dark arts – magic, dragons, and silly costumes – led a double life as Tillius the Paladin, Dungeons & Dragons healer of the wounded and the protector of lights! Will Agnes cross the threshold, taking up the challenge to find and free the Lost Soul of Athens before it is devoured by the dark forces of darkness forever? Will she learn the secrets her sister Tilly withheld from the rest of the family? Will Agnes embrace nerds as awesome?!

Directed by Olga Sanchez Saltveit

Past Events

October 7 – 9 | Hepburn Zoo
7:30pm each evening and 10pm on Friday

The 26th Annual First Year Show 

The 26th Annual First Year Show will feature select works from Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks's 365 Days/365 Plays. Each short play has its own story line, but are connected through similar themes of love, politics, and the pursuit of human connection.

Directed by Ro Boddie

Department of Theatre

Mahaney Arts Center
72 Porter Field Road
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753