Theatre Productions

2022-23 Mainstage Productions

Season Vision Statement

Show tickets: Student/Child $10, Alumni/Faculty/Senior/Staff/Veteran $15, Public $20

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Thrive, or What You Will
{an Epic}

Written by L M Feldman
Supported by the New Georges Audrey Residency

Directed by Lisa Rothe

Watters Theater
8 p.m. February 23, 24, 25
2 p.m. February 25, 26

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Book, Music and Lyrics by

Musical Arrangements                 Original Concept/Additional Lyrics
Steve Skinner                                 Billy Aronson

Music Supervision                         Dramaturg and Additional Arrangements
Tim Weil                                          Lynn Thomson

Directed by Brandon A. Wright and Tommy Iafrate
Music Directed by Melissa Yanchak

Watters Theater
8 p.m. April 21, 22, 28
2 p.m. April 23, 30

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Production Photo Gallery

As part of our mainstage production season, a representative within the network of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival sees our faculty-directed theater productions to review and recognize students for outstanding work in performance, stage management and design. Here are the 2021-22 Nominees, Awardees and Participants in the Festival Conference

Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Nominees:

Triptych: an Experience In Three Acts: Ruby McEwan, Jillian Carley, Alternate: Mary Chattin
In Pieces: Saoirse Cohen, Derrick Weisburd
She Kills Monsters: Mary Chattin, Olivia Timmis, Alternate: Saoirse Cohen

Musical Theatre Intensive nominee

In Pieces: Bethany Miller
She Kills Monsters, for composition, Nick Colucci

Certificate of Merit

Triptych: an Experience In Three Acts, in Costume Design for Gayani Bulathsinghala
Triptych: an Experience In Three Acts, in Scenic Design for Em Miller
In Pieces, in Stage Management for Molly Cooke
In Pieces, in Costume Design for Theodore Watson Ley
She Kills Monsters, in Stage Management for Molly Cooke
She Kills Monsters, Fight Captain Michael Tang
She Kills Monsters, Dance Captain: JessieJean Newman-Getzler
She Kills Monsters, The entire Props Team: Rebecca Rayne, Molly Cooke, Faith Medina, Caroline Aruanno, Julianne Darden, Justin Frank, Samantha Goldman, A.Rose Goodman, Marjorie Horowitz, August Mason, Junrong Pan, Cameron Reilly-Steele, Rachel Shteynman, Celesta Siby, Rachel Sorriento

Region II Festival Musical Theatre Intensive Scholarship Award finalists

Patrick Saint Ange, Bethany Miller, and Joshua Schull


See our past productions
The department of theatre is insistent on providing students with lots of hands-on opportunities in theatre, beginning in their freshman year. Cast and crew for productions are comprised of undergraduate and graduate students, occasionally augmented with guest artists. Theatre productions are credit-bearing course for currently registered students.


Be sure to visit our audition information page for the latest information. Auditions for Fall productions happen in the first week of classes. Auditions for Spring productions take place towards the end of the Fall Semester.

Theatre Facilities

We are fortunate to have a variety of production facilities to work in, ranging from a 100-seat black box in the Fine Arts Building to a 1200+ seat Concert Theatre in the Anderson Center for Performing Arts.

Arts in Education

Offering special performances for curriculum enrichment through BOCES Organizations, Individual Teachers and Homeschool Networks. Matinee performances for K-12 audiences, Q & A with Cast and Crew, Discussion Panel, and OnSite Workshops when applicable.

General Box Office Information 

Tickets are sold through the Anderson Center of Performing Arts Box Office. Visit them online any time to purchase tickets or call 607-777-2787, noon-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.  

For a listing of all performing arts events at the Anderson Center, visit their website