Season Shows

2017-2018 Season

Department Productions

Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Andrew Kahl
November 2-4 @7:30pmNovember 5 @2pm
Goodrich Theater

Barefoot in the Park

Barefoot in the Park
By Neil Simon
Directed by Dr. John McCaslin-Doyle
February 23-24 @7:30pm, February 25 @2pm
February 27-March 1 @7:30pm 

Hamblin Theater


By Anthony Drewe and George Stiles
Directed by Andrew Kahl
April 18-20 @7:30pmApril 21 @2pm
Goodrich Theater

Mask & Hammer Productions

Mask & Hammer is the student theatre club; its productions are student produced and directed.

Titanic & The Actor's Nightmare

Titanic & The Actor's Nightmare
Two one-act plays by Christopher Durang
Directed by Kaelen Meers
October 12-14 @7:30pm, October 15 @2pm
Hamblin Theater

Doubt: A Parable

Doubt: A Parable
By John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Laura Varela
March 22-24 @7:30pm, March 25 @2pm
Hamblin Theater

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. A parking map is also available on the college website.

Visitors that have no affiliation with the college may park on campus in any non-residential lot during “open” hours from 6pm to 2am on weekdays and from 6am to 2am on weekends. The parking lots across from the Fine Arts Center are all non-residential lots. At all other times, visitors must obtain a parking permit per the campus parking policy, with which they may only park in designated visitor or commuter (yellow) lots.

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.

Some of the community organizations that rent the facilities include Orpheus TheatreOneonta Concert AssociationFokine Ballet CompanyTerpsichorean Dance ClubElite Dance Academy, and Jillian’s Dance Arts.


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.


Department productions:
Free with a student ID
$10 general admission for Honk!
$5 general admission for all other shows

Mask & Hammer productions:
$3 with a student ID
$5 general admission


Online at
In-person at the Hunt Union Information Desk
Over the phone by calling 607-436-3730
(Best if reserved prior to the first performance)

Tickets are available at the box office in the Fine Arts Center 1 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


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