At the wedding

By Bryna Turner

You are cordially invited to the best day of someone else's life… but what if it's also the worst day of yours? Join Carlo as she attempts to make it through the night without drinking too much, talking too much, or trying to win back the bride. Bryna Turner's bittersweet play, a laugh-out-loud comedy that nonetheless addresses some big issues, is for anyone who has ever attended a wedding... or had their heart broken. At the Wedding is being presented as a co-production with Out Front Theatre Company in Atlanta.

Directed by Amy Pinney
September 25 – September 28 @ 7:30pm
September 29 @ 2pm
Russell Auditorium


twelfth night

By William Shakespeare

Two twins, Viola and Sebastian, wash ashore in Illyria after a shipwreck, both thinking the other is dead. To ensure safe passage, Viola disguises herself as a young man named Cesario. She seeks employment with the Duke Orsino based on his noble reputation. Orsino is fixated on the Countess Olivia, who is rejecting all her suitors while in mourning for her dead brother. Orsino sends Cesario as messenger in his latest attempt to woo Olivia. Viola has already secretly fallen for Orsino, but in a troublesome twist, Olivia quickly falls for her as Cesario. To complicate matters further, Viola’s brother Sebastian is exploring the town looking just like her chosen disguise. Amidst the chaos of mistaken identities, unrequited loves, con jobs, and revenge pranks, will these twins be reunited, and will balance once again be restored in Illyria?

Directed by Jeremy Lee Cudd
November 6-9 @ 7:30pm
November 10 @ 2pm
Campus Black Box


bountiful: Fall dance concert

A staging of student choreography produced by Chi Tau Epsilon Dance Honor Society and the GCSU Undergraduate Dance Students.

Directed by Natalie King
November 22 & 23 @ 7:30pm
Russell Auditorium


The Nutcracker

Join us in celebrating this festive holiday tradition featuring dancers of all ages from the Community Dance and Dance Minor programs in its 28th year!

Directed by Natalie King
December 13-14 @ 7:30pm
December 15 @ 2:00pm
Russell Auditorium



by Amiel Gladstone & Veda Hille

Based on the poem by Alexandre Pushkin and the Tchaikovsky opera, Onegin (pronounced ah-NYAY-gin) is a lush, passionate new musical. When a dashing but jaded aristocrat from St. Petersburg, inherits his uncle’s estate in the country, his arrival sets hearts afire and stirs the embers of jealousy. Even the reclusive young Tatyana falls hopelessly under the spell of the aloof Onegin and professes her love for him. What would you do for love?

Directed by Eric Griffis
March 5-8 @ 7:30pm
March 9 @ 2pm
Russell Auditorium


Dragons Love Tacos

A Theatre for Young Audiences Performance
By Ernie Nolan
Based on the book by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri

You know what dragons really love? Tacos of course! A boy and his dog are watching a TV show about dragons when they unexpectedly get caught up in the ‘Dos and Don’ts’ of what to serve to dragons to eat. Dragons love tacos, but if they accidentally eat spicy salsa…watch out!

Directed by Amy Pinney
April 3 – 5 @ 6:00pm
April 5 – 6 @ 2:00pm
Campus Black Box Theatre


Luminous: Spring Dance Concert

A showcase of work choreographed by Dance Minor Program students, faculty, and guest artists with lighting by students in the Lighting Design classes. Don’t miss this exciting production of new works by talented young artists.

Directed by Natalie King
April 26 @ 7:30pm
April 27 @ 2pm
Russell Auditorium