All the world's a stage and we have two of them!
Concordia Theatre produces a mix of non-musicals and musicals. New work and proven work. Faculty-directed and student-directed. Full-length shows, one-act plays and single scenes. Every year, the season includes many opportunities.
Participate on stage, backstage or behind the scenes; develop leadership skills; learn marketing and administrative abilities; or discover a creative outlet through theatrical design. Our students study, excel and become successful theatre professionals in a broad range of disciplines. There’s no limit to the possibilities available to you in Concordia Theatre!
Our 2016-17 Mainstage Season Includes:
"In Conflict" (staged reading Sept. 19) directed by Sally Story
"Proof"(Oct. 11-16) directed by Dr. David Wintersteen; Tuesday-Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm
“Big Fish” (Nov. 11-19) directed by Sally Story; Friday, November 11th-Saturday, November 13th at 8:00pm, Sunday, November 14th at 2:00pm, and Thursday, November 17th-Saturday, November 19th at 8:00pm
Directing Scenes (Dec. 5-6) directed by the Elements of Directing class at 7:00pm
“Brighton Beach Memoirs” (Feb. 14-19) directed by Christian Boy; Tuesday-Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm
"Third" (March 9-11) directed by Shelby Coulter; 8:00pm
“The Secret in the Wings” (March 30-April 2) directed by Dr. David Wintersteen; Thursday-Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm
One Acts (Apr. 20-21) directed by the Advanced Directing class at 7:00pm
“Chess” (April 27-28) directed by Bryan Duncan at 8:00pm
Earn $2,500 per year as a theatre scholar. These scholarships are competitive and require an on-campus audition in February.Learn More
Theatre Art Degree
Find out more about Concordia’s communication studies and theatre art department and what types of opportunities are available to students majoring in theatre art.Learn More