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.
Theatre Season 2014-2015
Book by William Hauptman
Music & Lyrics by Roger Miller
Adapted from the novel by Mark Twain
Directed by Derek Leonidoff
Apr. 24-26 & May 1-3 | Main Theatre
Travel the mighty Mississippi with Huck Finn and runaway slave Jim in Mark Twain's soul-rousing tale of friendship and freedom. TIME magazine hails this Tony Award winner, "A classic American musical with the most fetching score of the decade."
Adults: $17 – Discount*: $14 – Regent students: $9
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The Glass Menagerie
By Tennessee Williams
Directed by Eric Harrell
In Tennessee Williams' masterpiece, a faded Southern belle clings to illusions of the past while scheming to control the futures of her disillusioned son and desperately shy daughter. "No ifs, and or buts–The Glass Menagerie (will) break your heart." – NY Daily News
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Michael Kirkland
A respected general's lust for power leads to paranoia, tyranny and treachery in Shakespeare's ominous tale of unchecked ambition. "Fast, furious and unstoppable … Macbeth (knocks) the breath out of everyone, audience included." – The New York Times
By Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Mark Paladini
Return to idyllic small-town America in this coming-of-age comedy about young love and the endless possibilities of youth. Chicago Sun-Times declares it a "…beguiling (comedy) in its mix of the tart and the sweet."
She Stoops to Conquer
By Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by Marianne Savell
Mayhem ensues in one of the greatest English comedies of all time when a young aristocrat mistakes his would-be bride for the local barmaid. The New York Times calls it "...a comedy of its time, for all time."
By Jim Leonard Jr.
Directed by April Wolfe
In a town longing for revival, an unexpected friendship between a damaged boy and a disenchanted preacher brings both redemption and heartache. "...A play so stirring, so involving that one forgets to applaud." – Los Angeles Times
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