The Clark University Department of Visual and Performing Arts produces three main stage shows a year in the Michaelson Theatre of Little Center. In the past, we’ve presented both classical and contemporary works including: Twelfth Night, This is Our Youth, Fifth of July, Good Person of Szechuan, and Romeo and Juliet. There are also a number of student groups on campus that produce on both the main stage and in the experimental theatre as well. For example, Clark’s Musical Theatre Union has produced Little Shop of Horrors and Urinetown. The C.U. Players Society has offered Fuddy Mears, Eleemosynary, and Stop Kiss. Many of these are directed by local professionals while others are directed by students. These productions are open to majors and non-majors alike.
Photos of recent productions
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