2010-2011 Theatre Productions

The Learned Ladies

by Molière

translated by Richard Wilbur

directed by Prof. Claire Slavovsky

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A silly comedy for serious people! Molière's masterful examination of pseudo-intellectual foppishness and the vicissitudes of love.





Watchmen for the Morning


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Confessions at Knifepoint

Written and directed by student Kathryn Jenkins, '11

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An original play by Covenant theatre student Kathryn Jenkins, Confessions at Knifepoint relates one girl's struggle for connection and survival after the death of her sister.




















Doubt, a Parable

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by John Patrick Shanley

directed by Prof. Camille Hallstrom

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Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award!


"A gripping story of suspicion cast on a priest's behavior... fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty.... a laudable new American play."
- Variety


"An eloquent and provocative investigation of truth and consequences. A gripping mystery, tightly written."
- Time Out New York





And Then There Were None

By Agatha Christie

Directed by Amy Sue Austin '09

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Also known as Ten Little Indians, this is the "astonishingly impudent, ingenious and altogether successful" (Daily Herald) story of ten house guests invited to an island and then mysteriously murdered one by one.
"Utterly fascinating... the most baffling mystery Agatha Christie has ever written." New York Times











Professor Hallstrom discusses the role of Christians in theatre and film in a postmodern age, in which culture is rarely interested in truth perspectives.