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Perform, direct, design and more in a blended theatre program.

From your first year the opportunities are endless to perform, direct, design and more in the York College theatre program. Join a program with an individualized blend of academic and practical theatre courses.

It starts with an integrated approach to practice and research including stagecraft, performance, design, dramatic literature and theatre management. Small class sizes and individualized attention allow each student to establish a close relationship with faculty and mentors. Classwork is immediately integrated into our eight main stage productions each year.  From costume and prop design to stage combat and dance to devising and performance to scenic painting and welding set pieces, hands-on learning starts from day one.

Additional opportunities include studying abroad, internships and working with guest artists. Students and recent graduates are interning and working at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Shakespeare & Co., American Stage Theatre, Hersheypark, Gretna Playhouse, and Serino Coyne.

Get to know the Theatre program at York College, where students can get experience in all aspects of putting on a stage production. Download a transcript of this video.
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2019-20 Productions

We make many journeys during the course of our lives and this season YCP Theatre will take our audiences on theatrical trips designed to surprise and move you. From Victorian lady explorers to a rabbit late for a very important date, join us this fall as we journey through some of life's greatest mysteries.
pk彩票appMr. Burns

Student Opportunities

Theatre students can expand their theatre knowledge and contacts through the following opportunities:
  • Participation in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
  • Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society membership
  • Short-term study in London
  • Travel to New York City to perform in a showcase for agents and managers

Past Productions

pk彩票appAlice in Wonderland by Suzanne Delle featuring Taara Muhammed '21 as Alice, Dax Lyle '21 as the March Hare, Stiles Colbert '22 as the Dormouse and Vivian Ferris '19 as the Mad Hatter.
Alice in Wonderland by Suzanne Delle
Our 2018 family-friendly matinee featured Taara Muhammad '21 in the title role and was directed by Seth Werner '06.
pk彩票appfeaturing students enrolled in THE430: Devised Theatre & Performance and directed by Tiffany Zellner '19
Concord Floral by Jordan Tannahill
Featuring students enrolled in THE430: Devised Theatre & Performance and directed by Tiffany Zellner '19
pk彩票appMarie Antoinette by David Adjmi featuring Craig Babineaux '19 as King Joseph and Kyle Tacopina '19 as Marie Antoinette
Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi
Featuring Craig Babineaux '19 as King Joseph and Kyle Tacopina '19 as Marie Antoinette, directed by Suzanne Delle.
pk彩票appNat Turner in Jerusalem by Nathan Alan Davis featuring Craig Babineaux '19 as Nat Turner
Nat Turner in Jerusalem by Nathan Alan Davis
Featuring Craig Babineaux '19 as Nat Turner, directed by Paul Hood.
pk彩票appfeaturing Justin Rosenberger '22 as James Cagney / Bottom and Ally Mills '21 as Puck, directed by Suzanne Delle
Shakespeare in Hollywood by Ken Ludwig
Featuring Justin Rosenberger '22 as James Cagney / Bottom and Ally Mills '21 as Puck, directed by Suzanne Delle
pk彩票appTick, Tick ... Boom! by Jonathan Larson featuring Lance Mitchell '22 as Jonathan Larson
Tick, Tick, Boom by Jonathan Larson
Featuring Lance Mitchell '22 as Jonathan Larson, directed by Mitch Nugent.
pk彩票appMr. Burns
MR. BURNS, a post-electric play by Anne Washburn
Written for anyone who has ever had a favorite story and tried to share it, this play explores a post-apocalyptic world that finds comfort in an episode of The Simpsons. Featuring Nolan Benner ’17 as Mr. Burns and directed by Suzanne Delle.
pk彩票appRed Velvet
RED VELVET by Lolita Chakrabarti
This play explores the true story of Ira Aldridge, the first African-American actor to tackle the role of Othello. Featuring Craig Babineaux ’19 as Ira and Vivian Ferris ’19 as Halina the reporter who captures his story, directed by Danielle Drakes.
pk彩票appSpeech and Debate
SPEECH AND DEBATE by Stephen Karam
Directed by Mitchell Nease ’18 as his senior thesis and featuring Jacklyn Motter ‘20 as Diwata and J’von Weems ’21 as Howie.
pk彩票appBaron Pugh
Baron Pugh
Scenic Designer for Marie Antionette
pk彩票appBen Emerson
Ben Emerson
Sound Designer for The Woman in Black
pk彩票appStefanie Hansen
Stefanie Hansen
Scenic Designer for A Midsummer Night's Dream
pk彩票appDanielle Drakes
Danielle Drakes
Director, Red Velvet
pk彩票appKevin Broccoli, guest artist
Kevin Broccoli
Playwright, James Franco and Me: an Unauthorized Satire
pk彩票appRebecca Etzine, guest artist headshot
Rebecca Etzine
Director, Everybody
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Arts and Humanities Department
Rory Kraft, Ph.D., Chair
Wolf Hall, Room 206A
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Allison Altland, Administrative Assistant
Wolf Hall, Room 206


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