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Productions & Shows

2023-2024 Production Season

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Art in Motion: Off the Shelf

October 12-14, 2023
Claudia Crosby Theater 

A Dance production integrating the art of Dance with Classic Novels by bringing life to these familiar tales through movement and human emotion, with original choreography by TROY Dance Students Carsyn Harris, Taylor Griffith, Emily Ward, Quintin Moore, Antonio Christian, Mackenzie Leger, Ashley Hood, Gabby Deaton, Ceara Calton, Amber Cayce, and Elizabeth Smith.

Directed by Carsyn Harris



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The Diviners

November 3-12, 2023
Trojan Center Theater

In this mystical, magical folktale of a play by Jim Leonard, Jr., a former pastor attempts to help an emotionally disturbed boy overcome his deathly fear of water. 

Directed by Quinton Cockrell




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Page to Stage

November 16-17, 2023
Trojan Center Theater

A student-directed one act play festival presenting short plays that examine relationships between friends, lovers, parents and children, and the changes that happen over time. Directors Sydney Broach, Will Hornsby, Ivana Taylor, and Riley Turberville present a variety of pieces in a single evening of theatre. Recommended for Audiences Aged 16+.




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January 18-21, 2024
Malone Black Box Theater

Based on the classic 1989 film. Westerberg High is ruled by a shoulder-padded, scrunchie-wearing mafia: Heather, Heather and Heather, the hottest and cruelest girls in all of Ohio. But misfit Veronica Sawyer rejects their evil regime for a new boyfriend, the dark and sexy stranger J.D., who plans to put the Heathers in their place - six feet under.  Recommended for Audiences aged 17+.

Directed by Tommy Newman




Cosmic stars with CHAOS title


February 15-25, 2023

Dancing to the music of myth, TROY Dance embarks on an ambitious original creation to tell the oldest of stories - the story of Chaos - which celebrates the creation of the cosmos and the primordial deities of Ancient Greece. CHAOS presents a dance narrative that will take you deep into the abyss of Greek myth unraveling for you the story of chaos, and all 鈥渢hat has never happened鈥ut that is happening all the time.鈥

Artistic Direction by Deborah Hicks




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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead

March 21-24, 2024
Malone Black Box Theater

Good grief. In this play by Bert V. Royal, C.B., the everyman "blockhead" at the center of the story, navigates the trials of the teenage years and the challenging notions of life, death, friendships, identity, and the cruel and chaotic world that is high school. Characters and questions collide and careen toward an ending that鈥檚 both haunting and hopeful. Recommended for Audiences aged 17+.

Directed by Quinton Cockrell




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Into the Woods

April 18-28, 2024
Trojan Center Theater

The Brothers Grimm hit the stage with an epic fairytale about wishes, family and the choices we make. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic that鈥檚 both enchanting and touching, frightening and playful.

Directed by Tori Lee Averett




The Pied Pipers

Touring 2023-2024

For over 50 years the Pied Pipers of 快猫成版视频 have been delighting young audiences with their high-energy performances of fables, folktales, fairytales, and favorite characters. Contact us to inquire about a performance or visit for your school or community!

SPECIAL EVENT: Join us for PIPERS IN THE PARK Saturday, October 7 at the Janice Hawkins Cultural Arts Park and Amphitheater from 11:30am-1:30pm!

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Touring Ensembles 2023-2024

Our student touring ensembles take to the road this year across the Southeast, offering theatrical and dance performances of varying lengths and workshops and masterclasses alongside TROY faculty.  If you are interested in having us visit your school, studio, or program, please contact us.

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Past Productions

快猫成版视频 Department of Theatre and Dance 2022-2023 Season

October 20-23 and October 27-30, 2022
Trojan Center Theater

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A Streetcar Named Desire is one of the most highly acclaimed works of the American Theatre.  Illusion and harsh reality collide when Blanche DuBois is forced to live in close quarters with her brutish and insensitive brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski.  Their explosive clash results in a gripping tale that explores love, lust, class struggle, and the fragility of sanity.  This faithful and searing production of a dramatic masterpiece should not be missed.

Directed by Quinton Cockrell

November 10-11, 2022
Trojan Center Theater

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A Short Play Festival directed by TROY Theatre students Whitney Bishop, Ashleigh Braswell, Abby Dean,  Kelsey Dunahoo, Lily Kate Gwin, Leanna Lake, Ingrid Lieb, and Dawson Tidwell.

ADMISSION IS FREE, but a ticket is required for entry


November 17-18, 2022
Trojan Center Theater

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A Full Dance Production integrating the art of Dance with Poetry and exploring the relationship between the body's movement and the written word, with original choreography by TROY Dance Students Ethan Tyler, Mary Elizabeth Adams, Alex Folkes, Julia Huskey, Christina Cervone, Leia Riehl, Morgan Jensen, Taylor Griffith, and Emily Ward.



February 16-19 and February 23-26, 2023    
Trojan Center Theater

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Showcasing dance as mass in motion with creative designs that compliment world-recognized choreographers and seven new works, MOMENTUM takes the stage. Expect constant movement as dancers utilize friction, push their bodies through space, and pull attention with complex movement.

Artistic Direction by James Boyd



April 12-18, 2023
Trojan Center Theater

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The epic struggle between good and evil comes to life on stage in the musical phenomenon, Jekyll & Hyde. Based on the classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson and featuring a thrilling score of pop rock hits from multi-Grammy- and Tony-nominated Frank Wildhorn and double-Oscar- and Grammy-winning Leslie Bricusse, Jekyll & Hyde has mesmerized audiences the world over.

Directed by Tommy Newman



快猫成版视频 Department of Theatre and Dance 2021-2022 Season

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October 21-27, 2021

Trojan Center Theater

The Classic Greek Tragedy by Euripides, Adaptation by Alistair Elliot

Directed by Quinton Cockrell


Page to Stage

November 4-5, 2021

Trojan Center Theater

A Short Play Festival directed by TROY Theatre students Sydney Cobb, Gracie Grant, Madeline Hill, Tyler Leary, Emma Littlefield, Tyreece Mayo, and Tyler McClellan


Art in Motion: Director鈥檚 Cut

November 18-20, 2021

Trojan Center Theater

A Full Dance Production with Choreography by TROY Dance Students Mary Elizabeth Adams, Lexie Bowden, Ireland Clayton, Taylor Dewberry, Crystal DuBose, Alex Folkes, Caroline Gerhart, Maliya Harris, Erin Johnson, Michaela Pearse, Ethan Tyler

Artistic Direction by Adrienne Hicks


Jenny鈥檚 Damned Ex

December 1, 2021    

Trojan Center Theater

A New Musical Written and Directed by Tommy Newman



A Musical Based on the Disney Film

March 3-6, 2022

Claudia Crosby Theater

Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Jack Feldman, Book by Harvey Fierstein
Directed by Tori Lee Averett

STREAMING ONLINE March 10, 11, and 12 at 7:00pm


Deeper Cuts

March 31 - April 2, 2022 at 7:00pm

Malone Black Box Theater

An Acting Showcase Directed by Quinton Cockrell

FREE Admission - Tickets at the Door

*Mature Content: May not be suitable for all audiences



April 21-27, 2022

Trojan Center Theater

A Spring Dance Concert with Artistic Direction by James Boyd 

An evening of dynamic performance, interlacing the elements of dance and design to create the fabric of illusion. Join us as we attempt to make sense of our world by shifting the time and space of perception. Guaranteed to delightfully deceive, Illusions poses the question Is anything we experience real?   

Meet the Choreographers


快猫成版视频 Department of Theatre and Dance 2020-2021 Season

A celebration of original work, student initiative, and the essential nature of theatre and dance in this challenging time.

Week One - October 24, 2020

Pipers in the Park

Celebrating 50 Years of the Pied Pipers at 快猫成版视频 with
a day of family-friendly fun & games!
Janice Hawkins Park Amphitheatre
10:00am-12:30pm - FREE ADMISSION

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Week Two - October 29鈥 November 1, 2020

City Limits

A Play Written and Directed by Quinton Cockrell
(For Mature Audiences)

White man and Black woman arguing during City Limits play

CITY LIMITS Show Program


True Hues

Choreographed by Crystal Dubose


Choreographed by Shaina Trumer


All That Jazz

Choreographed by Hannah Echols

WEEK 2 DANCE Show Program



Week Three - November 5-8, 2020                

Our House is On Fire

Choreographed by Taylor Randolph



Choreographed by Katey Fleming

Analysis Paralysis

Choreographed by Lily Everett

 WEEK 3 DANCE Show Program


A Comedy Written by Raquel Cole, Directed by Graham Butler
(Recommended For Mature Audiences)

a woman turns her back to a man who is reaching for her

ANYTHING Show Program



Week Four - November 12-15, 2020

Room to Spare

A Play Written and Directed by Cameron Williams
(Recommended For Mature Audiences)

a sister scolds her brother

Room to Spare Show Program



A Play Written and Directed by Cameron Williams
Winner of Alabama Shakespeare Festival 10x10 Southern Writing Festival Student Playwriting Contest
(Recommended For Mature Audiences)

two brothers look toward the heavens

Believing Show Program


Page to Stage: A Movement of Truths

Directed by Directing II Students Graham Butler, Vanson Clendenin, Madi McCall, Zipporah Moore, and Aly Scarbrough
(Recommended For Mature Audiences)

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Page to Stage Show Program



Week Five - November 19 鈥 22, 2020

Musical Theatre Cabaret 

Directed by Tommy Newman & Presented by TROY Musical Theatre Students

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Musical Theatre Cabaret Show Program


Composition & Choreography II Presentation

Presented by Level III-IV Dance Majors of the Department of Theatre & Dance

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Comp & Choreo II Show Program

Where Did 鈥淲e鈥 Go?
  An Integrated Arts Production

Created by TROY Integrated Arts Students Lizzy Bennett, Jamie Bishop, Kelsey Dunahoo, Leanna Lake, and Jackson Sanford

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Creative Habit Showcase

Presented by First Year Students of the Department of Theatre & Dance's Creative Habit Learning Community

two freshmen students peeking over a copy of Twyla Tharp's book The Creative Habit

Art In Motion All The World's A Stage

Three performers together

A collaborative performance integrating theatre and dance which challenges us to reflect honestly on truths as they are, not as we wish them to be.

February 25-28, 2021

Trojan Center Theatre - Invited Audiences.

on Thursday 2/25 at 7:00pm

on Friday 2/26 and Saturday 2/27 at  7:00pm and Sunday 2/28 at 2:30pm

  Sunday 2/28 at 4:30pm


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April 8-11, 2021

Trojan Center Theater

Mature Content - Audience Discretion Advised

  • April 8 @ 7:00pm - Part I
  • April 9 @ 7:00pm - Part II
  • April 10 @ 7:00pm - Part I
  • April 11 @ 2:30pm - Part II

Masks required for entry. Each performance is approximately 70 minutes.




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April 23, 24, & 25 @ 7:00pm
Show Streaming Online (Free Admission, Access Code Required)

April 23 & 24 @ 7:00pm
Malone Hall Black Box Theater - By Invitation Only

John & Jen Digital Program

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