Typically two performances are staged annually, a drama or comedy production in the fall, and a musical in the spring on May Day/graduation weekend.
2018 Fall Play
Adapted by Ellen McLaughlin from the play by Euripides
Helen of Troy, the most beautiful woman in the world, isn't with Paris in Troy or with husband Menelaus in Sparta — she has been whisked away by the gods to a three-star Egyptian hotel for the duration of the war. As Helen awaits Menelaus, her isolation is interrupted by lo, who has been until recently a cow, and the goddess Athena. This comic modern adaptation of Euripides' play examines our obsession with celebrity, beauty and the myths that eclipse our realities.
Nov. 1, 2, 3 at 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 4 at 2:30 p.m.
Ramseyer Auditorium, College Hall
$6 senior citizens, Bluffton University faculty and staff, non-Bluffton University students
Free for Bluffton University students
Purchase tickets online at https://tickets.bluffton.edu.
Exercise the thespian within by being a part of the annual fall theatrical performance or the spring May Day musical. Want to know more about Bluffton University theatre studies? Visit our department home page or contact Melissa Friesen at email@example.com