Previous Seasons

Festival Playhouse creates a unique theme for every season that we do. We have a proud 50+ year legacy of thought-provoking theatre at K. A sample of previous seasons are listed below.

To see gallery photos of these productions, go to our Past Productions page on the Department of Theatre Arts website.

For even more information and photos of our long history, visit the Archives Page that the College’s Archives Department has graciously developed for us!


2019-2020: HERstories: Forgotten Female Figures

Fall:

The Spitfire Grill by James Valcq and Fred Alley

Winter:

Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson

Spring:

Water By the Spoonful by Quiara AlegrÍa Hughes **Postponed Indefinitely**

2018-2019: Theatre of Assumption and Confusion

Fall:

It Can’t Happen Here by Tony Taccone and Bennet Cohen

Senior Performance Series: Beauty’s Daughter by Dael Orlandersmith and spells, signed by the heart by Robert Davis ’19

Winter:

Student Body by Frank Winters

Senior Performance Series: The Exception and The Rule by Bertolt Brecht and The Realm of the Dead by Hunter Himelhoch ’19

Spring:

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

2017-2018: Theatre and Making New Families

Fall:

Fun Home, music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by Lisa Kron ’83

Winter:

Senior Performance Series: Too Close to The Tracks by Sam Meyers ’18, The Search For Signs For Intelligent Life In the Universe by Jane Wagner, performed by Tricia LaCaze ’18, and Mal Ojo by Johanna Keller Flores ’18.

Spring:

Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage

2016-2017: “Broadway Firsts”: Stories of “Outsider” Cultural Landmarks in American Theatre

Fall:

The Rocky Horror Show by Richard O’Brien

Emergency, written and performed by Daniel Lee Beaty

Winter:

A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Senior Performance Series: Stuck in Neutral by Kyle Lampar ’17; Piss & Vinegar by Camille Wood ’17, Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph and 101 Humiliating Stories, written by Lisa Kron ’83, co-produced by Madison Donoho ’17 and Emma Franzel ’17.

Spring:

In the Heights by Lin Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes