Shows begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise indicated, and there is no late seating. Tickets are available in the Theatre Department office, 505 Herrick. For more information or to make reservations from off-campus, call 517/629-0344 or e-mail
Student Directed Workshops
February 20-22 at 7:30 p.m. February 23 at 2 p.m. Student Directors: Max Brosnahan-Lusk, Michah Bryan, Callie Bussell and Meghan Slocum Free
Time and the Conways
Written by JB Priestley April 10-12 at 8 p.m. April 13 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $2 each
Albion College Theatre Scholarships are intended to support a well-rounded study of theatre for talented and qualified students. Scholarships are granted on the basis of perceived ability and promise.
For Theatre: All applicants will be considered who demonstrate the requisite talent and potential for development in any area of theatre study: in acting, in directing, in costume, scenic, lighting, or sound design, in publicity, or in management.
After acceptance by Albion College, a candidate should submit an application for the Theatre Activity Scholarship. Applications for the Theatre Activity Scholarships will be screened as they are received. After screening, qualified candidates will be invited to an audition/interview arranged with the Theatre Program.
The Theatre Interview/audition candidates will:
already have submitted a department-supplied application form;
have an interview with at least one department faculty member;
perform a prepared audition (five minutes total; dramatic monologues and/or song and dance; contrasting material)
perform some additional material 'cold';
and/or submit a portfolio of stage management and stage design work where applicable.
Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to participate in semester apprenticeships and internships in theatre through the GLCA New York Arts Program, and in international opportunities that focus on literary, cultural, and artistic experiences.
The theatre program at Albion has close ties with the American College Theatre Festival and the Purple Rose Professional Theatre, and sponsors the Kurtz Theatre Enrichment Series, which brings outstanding theatre scholars and practitioners to the campus. The department is also very active in the American College Theatre Festival, sending a number of students to the annual conference each year.
Participation in theatre productions is open to all students enrolled at the College. Our productions, on-stage and backstage, are a diverse mix of major and non-major collaborators from all disciplines. Theatre majors are expected to complement their course work with active participation in the department's programs. Four major theatre productions yearly provide the opportunity to gain a thorough knowledge of all facets of theatre production. Majors are expected to participate in all assessment objectives as outlined by the department.