The Regent University Theatre has been serving our local community for more than 30 years by providing inspiring and thought provoking entertainment of the highest caliber. Productions range from Broadway musicals and the classics, to touching dramas and modern comedies. Audiences are delighted as they watch emerging young artists bring these stories to life.
2013-2014 Theatre Season
The award-winning Broadway hit described by the New York Post
as "brilliant" follows the love story between famed author C.S. Lewis and American poet Joy Davidman. Don't miss this shy professor's transformation when Joy and her young son enter his life.
Jan. 24, 25; Jan. 30-Feb. 1 - 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 25, 26; Feb. 1, 2 - 2:30 p.m.
The Trojan Women
Directed by Ailish Riggs
After the fall of Troy, the women of this legendary city find themselves at the hands of the victorious Greek armies. Audiences will be riveted by this tale of defeat and vengeance that The New York Times
calls "dynamic and harrowing."
Mar. 14, 15, 20-22 - 7:30 p.m.
Mar. 15, 16, 22, 23 - 2:30 p.m.
The Drowsy Chaperone
Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar, Music and
Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
Directed by Brenden Hoyle
Your spirits are sure to be lifted by the Tony Award-winning musical critics hailed as "Delightful, Sparkling Entertainment!" Be transported back to the 1920s when a die-hard musical theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, and it comes to life right before his eyes.
Apr. 25, 26; May 2, 3 - 7:30 p.m.
Apr. 27; May 4 - 2:30 p.m.
The Comedy of Errors
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Daniel Bright
You'll be seeing double when two sets of identical twins end up in the same town. Mistaken identities, confusion, jealousy, furious women and a valuable piece of jewelry will keep you guessing what happens next in this ridiculously hilarious work of Shakespeare.
by Robert Harling
Directed by Mark Paladini
In the story that inspired the award-winning movie, six women converge in Truvy's beauty salon, where they share life's triumphs and tribulations. According to NY Daily News
, through "sharp, funny dialogue," this sisterhood deepens the bonds they hold dear.
by William Inge
Directed by Eric Harrell
When a bus becomes stranded at a rural diner one snowy night, eight unlikely characters find themselves faced with nothing but time and one another. Don't miss the play The New York Times calls "an uproarious comedy that never strays from the truth."
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