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Current Season and Activities

  • The Department of Theatre presents the annual First Year Show

    For 27 years and counting, we’ve welcomed incoming students by inviting them to be part of the First-Year Show. This ensemble production comes together quickly—just in time for Fall Family Weekend. It’s supported by a team of student directors, playwrights, designers and crew, making the show a great introduction to the department.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • The Department of Theatre presents the annual First Year Show

    For 27 years and counting, we’ve welcomed incoming students by inviting them to be part of the First-Year Show. This ensemble production comes together quickly—just in time for Fall Family Weekend. It’s supported by a team of student directors, playwrights, designers and crew, making the show a great introduction to the department.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • The Department of Theatre presents the annual First Year Show

    For 27 years and counting, we’ve welcomed incoming students by inviting them to be part of the First-Year Show. This ensemble production comes together quickly—just in time for Fall Family Weekend. It’s supported by a team of student directors, playwrights, designers and crew, making the show a great introduction to the department.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • The Department of Theatre presents the annual First Year Show

    For 27 years and counting, we’ve welcomed incoming students by inviting them to be part of the First-Year Show. This ensemble production comes together quickly—just in time for Fall Family Weekend. It’s supported by a team of student directors, playwrights, designers and crew, making the show a great introduction to the department.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Open to the Public
  • Rhinoceros

    The Theatre Department presents Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco, adaptation by Martin Mooney, directed by Jay Dunn.

    The citizens of an anywhere small-town-USA gradually turn into rhinoceroses until they have become a faceless and savage herd. All of them that is, except for Bérenger, who refuses to relinquish his humanity. In this dark comic vision of civilization run amok, Ionesco depicts the struggle of the individual to maintain integrity and dignity alone in a world where all others have succumbed to the thrill of brute force and the mindlessness of the mob.

    Mahaney Arts Center Seeler Studio Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • Rhinoceros

    The Theatre Department presents Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco, adaptation by Martin Mooney, directed by Jay Dunn.

    The citizens of an anywhere small-town-USA gradually turn into rhinoceroses until they have become a faceless and savage herd. All of them that is, except for Bérenger, who refuses to relinquish his humanity. In this dark comic vision of civilization run amok, Ionesco depicts the struggle of the individual to maintain integrity and dignity alone in a world where all others have succumbed to the thrill of brute force and the mindlessness of the mob.

    Mahaney Arts Center Seeler Studio Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • A Celebration of the life and art of Peter Schmitz

    The departments of Dance and Theatre invite you to join them in celebration of our friend, colleague, mentor, and teacher Peter Schmitz. A reception in the Lower Lobby will follow. Open to Middlebury College students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

  • Rhinoceros

    The Theatre Department presents Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco, adaptation by Martin Mooney, directed by Jay Dunn.

    The citizens of an anywhere small-town-USA gradually turn into rhinoceroses until they have become a faceless and savage herd. All of them that is, except for Bérenger, who refuses to relinquish his humanity. In this dark comic vision of civilization run amok, Ionesco depicts the struggle of the individual to maintain integrity and dignity alone in a world where all others have succumbed to the thrill of brute force and the mindlessness of the mob.

    Mahaney Arts Center Seeler Studio Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • Rhinoceros

    The Theatre Department presents Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco, adaptation by Martin Mooney, directed by Jay Dunn.

    The citizens of an anywhere small-town-USA gradually turn into rhinoceroses until they have become a faceless and savage herd. All of them that is, except for Bérenger, who refuses to relinquish his humanity. In this dark comic vision of civilization run amok, Ionesco depicts the struggle of the individual to maintain integrity and dignity alone in a world where all others have succumbed to the thrill of brute force and the mindlessness of the mob.

    Mahaney Arts Center Seeler Studio Theatre

    Open to the Public
  • The Moors

    The Department of Theatre presents The Moors written by Jen Silverman and directed by Michole Biancosino.

    Two sisters and a dog live out their lives on the bleak English moors, dreaming of love and power. The arrival of a hapless governess and a moor-hen set all three on a strange and dangerous path. The Moors is a dark comedy about love, desperation, and visibility.

    Wright Theatre

    Open to the Public