Season Shows

Fine Arts Center

Coronavirus Update:

In accordance with college COVID-19 requirements and procedures, we continue to rehearse and perform our 2022-2023 season shows in-person. Audiences will be invited into our theaters to enjoy these performances as allowed by college and departmental policy at the time of each performance. While we are enthusiastic about collaborating with our students to offer live theater again, we are also prepared to adjust our plan as necessary to protect the health and safety of our students and audiences. We thank you for your understanding and we hope to see you at a performance this season!

Sincerely, The SUNY Oneonta Theatre Department

2022-2023 Season


Department Productions

NORD-OST

By Torsten Buchsteiner

Translated by David Tushingham

Directed by Kiara Pipino

Sept 27-29 at 7:30pm

Oct 7-8 at 7:30pm

Oct 9 at 2:00pm

Hamblin Theatre

Tickets on sale September 19

Masks are strongly encouraged at all Theatre Department productions.

On Wednesday, October 23 of 2002, 42 Chechens attacked Moscow’s Dubrovka Theatre during a performance of the Musical Nordost.

“A story about protecting the people you love—and avenging their loss…This play is about hate, but it is also about love.” -Salisbury Playhouse

SWEAT

By Lynn Nottage

Directed by Drew Kahl

November 10-12 at 7:30pm

November 13 at 2:00pm

Goodrich Theatre

Tickets on sale October 31

Masks are strongly encouraged at all Theatre Department productions.

“Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat.” -Dramatists Play Service

Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

BERNHARDT/HAMLET

By Theresa Rebeck

Directed by John McCaslin-Doyle

March 3-4 at 7:30pm

March 5 at 2:00pm

March 7-9 at 7:30pm

Hamblin Theatre

Tickets on sale February 20

Masks are strongly encouraged at all Theatre Department productions.

“Mark Twain wrote: ‘There are five kinds of actresses: bad actresses, fair actresses, good actresses, great actresses – and then there is Sarah Bernhardt.’ In 1899, the international stage celebrity set out to tackle her most ambitious role yet: Hamlet. Theresa Rebeck’s new play rollicks with high comedy and human drama, set against the lavish Shakespearean production that could make or break Bernhardt’s career.” -Concord Theatricals

EVIL DEAD: The Musical

Book and lyrics by George Reinblatt.

Music by Frank Cipolla, Christopher Bond, Melissa Morris and George Reinblatt.

Music supervision by Frank Cipolla.

Additional lyrics by Christopher Bond.

Additional music by Rob Daleman.

Directed by Kiara Pipino

April 26-28 at 7:30pm

April 29 at 2:00pm

Goodrich Theatre

Tickets on sale April 17

Masks are strongly encouraged at all Theatre Department productions.

This hilarious show takes all the elements of the cult classic films The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness and combines them into one of the craziest theatrical experiences of all time. Five college students go to an abandoned cabin in the woods and accidentally unleash an evil force that turns them all into demons. It's all up to Ash (a housewares employee turned demon-killing hero) and his trusty chainsaw to save the day.” -Dramatic Publishing


Mask & Hammer Productions

Productions by the Mask & Hammer theatre club are entirely student produced and directed.

boom

By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb

Directed by Gabriel Gutierrez

April 5-7 at 7:30pm

April 8 at 2:00pm

Hamblin Theatre

Tickets on sale in March

“ ‘Sex to Change the Course of the World’ —a grad student’s online personal ad lures a mysterious journalism student to his subterranean research lab under the pretense of an evening of “no strings attached” sex. But when a major global catastrophic event strikes the planet, their date takes on evolutionary significance and the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. Will they survive? What about the fish in the tank? And who is that woman pulling levers and playing the timpani? An epic and intimate comedy that spans over billions of years, boom explores the influences of fate versus randomness in the course of one’s life, and life as we know it on the planet.” -Dramatists Play Service


Tickets

Prices

Department Productions
Free with a SUNY Oneonta student ID
$10 general admission for the musical
$5 general admission for all other shows

Mask & Hammer Productions
$3 with a SUNY Oneonta student ID
$5 general admission

Reservations

Online at tickets.oneonta.edu
In-person at the Hunt Union Information Desk
     Open Monday-Saturday from 1pm to 10pm
(Best if reserved prior to the first performance)

Tickets are available at the box office in the Fine Arts Center one hour before each scheduled performance

Students that are required to attend department productions for their classes should reserve tickets as early as possible; faculty will not make exceptions because performances are sold out

Directions & Parking

Directions to campus are available on the college website. The theaters are located in the Fine Arts Center at the north end of campus, near the intersection of Ravine Parkway and Bugbee Road. 

parking map is also available on the college website. When attending public performances, visitors may park in the lots across the street from the Fine Arts Center without a permit. At all other times, visitors must obtain a parking permit per the campus parking policy.

Other Events

Campus and community groups often use the theaters for events. The Theatre Department does not advertise or sell tickets for non-departmental events. Events that are open to the public are listed on the Campus Events Calendar. For more information about a non-departmental event it is recommended that you contact the producing organization directly.

Auditions

All SUNY Oneonta students are encouraged to audition for department productions.

Past Productions

For a listing of past productions see the department’s Production Archive.

 

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