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Upcoming Theatre Productions

Snow College Theatre typically produces four to five mainstage productions each year. The plays selected are chosen to give our theatre students exposure to a variety of dramatic genres as performers and technicians, to entertain our audiences, and to open the world to our six-county area. In addition to our mainstage productions we present a secondary Black-Box Series each Spring Semester of scenes and plays directed and performed by advanced theatre students.

2023-2024 Theatre Productions

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Doors open at 7:00pm  *  Be in seats by 7:15pm  *  Doors close promptly at 7:30pm

Admittance time will be determined after doors close

For more information, call 435.283.7478

Snow College Department of Theatre Presents Yo Vikings! October 4-7, 7:30pm

Yo Vikings!


Directed by: Guest Director Aubrey Warner

October 4-7, 7:30pm
$12 Adults, $10 Youth/Seniors

Based on Judith Byron Schachner's renowned book, Yo, Vikings! is an enthralling tale that follows the courageous 10-year-old Emma Katz, known as the most fearless Viking in Swarthmore, PA, on her quest for genuine excitement. With a captivating blend of sweeping melodies, exhilarating Viking chants, and groovy rock 'n roll, Yo, Vikings! delivers a heartwarming narrative that fascinates and thrills audiences of all ages. Prepare for an enchanting experience that will engage every member of the family.
(Recommended for all audiences)

Snow College Department of Theatre presents The Crucible by arthur Miller NOvember 29-December 2, 7:30pm

The Crucible

By Arthur Miller

Directed by: Charley Roetting

November 29-December 2 , 7:30pm
$10 Adults, $8 Youth/Seniors

Arthur Miller's timeless classic The Crucible delves into the gripping tale of the Salem witch trials. Originally set in 17th-century Massachusetts, this powerful drama unravels the devastating consequences of mass hysteria, as the town becomes consumed by accusations of witchcraft. As personal vendettas and hidden secrets intertwine, Miller's masterful storytelling exposes the fragility of truth and the human capacity for both redemption and destruction. A haunting exploration of fear, morality, and the pursuit of justice, The Crucible continues to resonate with audiences, reminding us of the dangers of unchecked power and the importance of preserving our own integrity.

(Recommended for audiences 10+)

Content Warning: mentions of death, torture, adultery, and false accusation

Snow College Department of Theatre Presents The Secret Garden February 22 thru March 2 7:30pm

The Secret Garden


Directed by: Jenn Chandler

February 22 - February 24, 7:30pm
February 28 - March 2, 7:30pm
$12 Adults, $10 Youth/Seniors

The Secret Garden musical, based on the beloved novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, invites audiences on a magical journey of self-discovery and renewal. Set in the enchanting English countryside, this enchanting production follows young Mary Lennox as she unlocks the door to a hidden world. Through captivating melodies and breathtaking choreography, The Secret Garden unravels the transformative power of nature, friendship, and the healing of hearts. With its timeless themes of resilience and the beauty of new beginnings, this musical captivates both young and old, reminding us that even in the darkest of times, hope and wonder can bloom.

(Recommended for all Audiences)

Content Warning: mild supernatural elements, mentions of death.

Snow College Department of Theatre Presents Twelfth Night or What You Will By William Shakespeare April 17-20 7:30pm

Twelfth Night

By: William Shakespeare

Directed by: Audrey MacNeil, Co-Directed by: Charley Roetting

April 17-20, 7:30pm, Matinee April 20, 2:00pm
Adults $10, Youth/Seniors $8

William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is a comedic masterpiece that revels in mistaken identities, romantic entanglements, and the power of love. Set in the land of Illyria, this timeless play follows the journey of Viola, who disguises herself as a man named Cesario, leading to a whirlwind of confusion and humorous mishaps. As the story unfolds, the characters navigate themes of desire, gender roles, and the complexities of human relationships, all while Shakespeare's exquisite language weaves a tapestry of wit and poetic brilliance. Filled with memorable characters, hilarious misunderstandings, and poignant moments of self-discovery, Twelfth Night continues to captivate audiences with its blend of comedy, romance, and profound insights into the human condition.

(Recommended for audiences 13+)

Content Warning: accident, cross dressing, and mental health issues all presented in a comedic tone, adult humor, flashing lights

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