• Hendrix College

    Theatre Arts and Dance

  •        2017-18 Season

                            Fall 2017

     Playwright's Theatre
     The Immortal Kate Stewart

    Friday, September 8, 2017  

    Written by Allison Price '17
    Directed by Sarah Engeler-Young '90
    Cabe Theatre • 7:00 PM 

     ~~~~40-40-80~~~~

    Cabe will host a celebration for its 40th season along with the 40th anniversary
    of the Hendrix-Murphy Foundation of Literature and Language
    and Rosemary Henenberg's 80th birthday
    Cabe Theatre • 4:00 PM  

     Life of a leaf

    Friday, October 6, 2017 

    Choreographed and Directed by Brigitte Rogers 
    Featuring the Hendrix Dance Ensemble
    Friday curtain • 6:00 PM 
    Reves Recital Hall

     Uncle Vanya

    Wednesday-Saturday, November 8-11, 2017 

    By Anton Chekhov 
    Adapted by Emily Mann
    Directed by Ann Muse
    Wednesday-Friday curtains • 7:30 PM 
    Saturday curtain • 2:00 PM 
    Cabe Theatre • Reservations Recommended


    Spring 2018

     Wet or,

     Isabella the Pirate Queen enters the horse latitudes

    Wednesday-Saturday, February 21-24, 2018 

    Written by Lizzy Duffy Adams
    Directed by Ashlie Atkinson, Visiting Murphy Director 2018
    Wednesday-Friday curtains • 7:30 PM
    Saturday curtain • 2:00 PM
    Cabe Theatre • Reservations Recommended

     HENDRIX DANCE ENSEMBLE SPRING CONCERT

    Friday-Saturday, March 30 and 31st, 2017

    Directed by Brigitte Rogers 
    Friday-Saturday curtains • 7:30 PM 
    Staples Auditorium

     The Contemporary American Theatre ProjecT

    The 2018 Senior Seminar presents The Contemporary American Theatre Project: 

    TBA

    Thursday-Saturday, April 19-21


    The capstone experience for the Senior Theatre Arts and Dance students
    will cause them to create a company and produce a play.
    Past productions have included MR. MARMALADE and TIME STANDS STILL.
    Thursday and Friday curtains • 7:30 PM 
    Saturday curtain • 2:00 PM
    Cabe Theatre


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    Mission Statement

                "Theatre is a clear window into the mind, the soul, the heart of  humankind—the study of which should be the aim of higher education. Theatre brings life to learning."


    Jane Alexander, Actor 

               Chair, National Endowment for the Arts (1993-1997) 

         Offering students the opportunity to seek answers is the mission of the department. To that end we seek to accomplish these learning goals:

    • To create an environment that is both rigorous and encouraging,
    • To provide direct learning experiences in the classroom and
    • To recognize indirect learning experiences outside of the classroom--intellectual, emotional, and physical,
    • To understand the need that each culture possesses for self-expression,
    • To embrace the collaborative nature of the discipline.