Past Seasons

2014-2015
Fall Mainstage: Bare by John Hartmere, Jr. and Damon Intrebartolo
Winter MainstageTime Stands Still by Donald Margulies
Early Spring Special Event: Festival of Devised Works 2015
Spring Mainstage: Merrily We Roll Along, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by George Furth

2013-2014
Fall MainstageBug by Tracy Letts
Late Fall Special Eventby Dustin Lance Black
Winter MainstageCat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegutt
Early Spring Special Event: Festival of Devised Works 2015
Spring MainstagePeter Pan by J.M. Barrie

2012-2013
Fall Mainstage: Blood Brothers by Willy Russel
Winter Mainstage: The Quare Fellow by Brendan Behan
Early Spring Special Event: The Canary (devised)
Spring Mainstage: The Amish Project by Jessica Dickey
Late Spring Special Event: Murmurs (devised)

2011-2012
Fall Mainstage: Recent Tragic Events by Craig Wright
Winter MainstageThe Food Show(devised)
Early Spring Mainstage: Talk Radio by Eric Bogosian
Late Spring Mainstage: The Elephant by Betsuyaku Minoru
Late Spring Special Event: Up in the Tufts of the Truffula Tree (adapted from stories by Dr. Seuss)

2010-2011
Fall Mainstage: Dead Man’s Cellphone by Sarah Ruhl
Winter Mainstage: Where the Grass Isn’t Greener (devised)
Spring Mainstage: Chaos Theories by Alexander Dinelaris

2009-2010
Fall Mainstage: Spectrum Slam (spoken word theatre piece)
Winter Special Event: Responsibility Week (documentary screening, hunger dinner, flash mob, 24-hour devised piece)
Spring Mainstage: Korczak’s Children by Jeffrey Hatcher
Spring Special EventsPupPet Sounds, Stories We Cannot Tell (devised)

2008-2009
Wildcat Welcome Week ShowToo Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blindby The Neofuturists at NU
Fall Mainstage: The God of Hell by Sam Shepard
Winter Mainstage: The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer

2007-2008
Fall Mainstage: Not about Heroes by Stephen MacDonald
Winter Mainstage: Nickled and Dimed by John Holden

2006-2007
Fall Mainstage: Stop Kiss by Diana Son
Spring Mainstage: The Exonerated by Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank
New Play Festival: staged readings of new works by students about sociopolitical issues