The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson

Presented by Theater/Sewanee and directed by Emily K. Harrison, The Revolutionists will ran February 24-27 at Proctor Hill Theatre in the Tennessee Williams Center. 


In this classic Shakespeare tragedy, Prince Hamlet contemplates life, death, sanity, love, and revenge after the death of his father, the king of Denmark. This production directed by James Crawford ran October 22-October 31, 2021.  View the video montage compiled by Carmen Momplet.

Dancewise: 2020

November 4-7, 2020.
DanceWise: Sensational is a dance concert produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance, with artistic direction by Associate Professor of Dance Courtney World. Student performances are featured in choreography by students, faculty, and guest choreographer Aaron Allen Jr., former visiting assistant professor of Dance.

Performance of Molière's "Scapin"

Theatre/Sewanee will present Moliere's farce, SCAPIN, Wednesday thru Saturday, October 14-17, at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday matinee, October 18, at 2 p.m.  Due to COVID restrictions, audience size will be limited to 35 and no one will be admitted without a reservation. In addition, all audience members should be masked.

Please Stand by for Further Instruction

An accountant fights off a home invasion with the help of his husband's spy agency.  A radio play written & directed by theater student, Dakota Collins, starring Emma Miller, Tristan Ketcham, and Jackson Harwell. 



Lo Stronzo

The Sewanee Student Theatre Board presented a student-written, student-directed performance in the commedia dell’arte tradition.  Slapsticks, masks, double entendres, schemes, and disguises all culminate in a night of laughs and levity at Angel Park in downtown Sewanee on September 30 and October 1 of 2020.  

Written and directed by Finn Gallagher, Cast: Kristopher Kennedy, Nathaniel Klein, Patrick McQuaid, Emma Miller, Grace Parkhill, Dillon Sheehan, Lang Phillipi, and Finn Gallagher. Costumes by Emma Miller and Masks by Emma Miller, Nathaniel Klein, and Lang Phillipi. 

Ugly Lies The Bone

UGLY LIES THE BONE is the story of a newly discharged soldier, Jess Knox, who has finally returned to her Florida hometown. She brings with her vivid memories of her tour in Afghanistan that have left her physically and emotionally scarred. Jess soon realizes that things at home have changed even more than she has.

The American Shakespeare Center Comes to Sewanee

The American Shakespeare Center’s 2020 National Tour comes the University of the South from February 6-February 8, 2020.

The TWC Presents: STIFF

STIFF is the hit fast-paced comedy about moving slow that has been an award-winning audience favorite at festivals, conferences, and theatres across the country.

DanceWise: Backwards in High Heels

The Department of Theatre and Dance presents DanceWise: Backwards in High Heels, Friday through Sunday, November 22-24, 2019 at the Tennessee Williams Center’s Proctor Hill Theatre.

The Prophetess

Guerry Auditorium Thursday, October 24th, 6pm and 7pm (30-minute run-time) The Prophetess will take you on a musical journey into the afterlife . . . and beyond!

Our Country's Good

On October 10, Sewanee’s department of Theatre & Dance will open their 2019-2020 mainstage season with Our Country’s Good, an Olivier Award-winning play by Timberlake Wertenbaker.