Performing Arts


Keystone students acting out play sceneTheater and performing arts at Keystone College can be enjoyed by all students from all majors. We offer theatre courses, including a theatre minor, and provide opportunities for hands-on experience, both on- and off-stage with our performing arts group, The Keystone Players, which presents two- to three theater productions annually.

Taking a theatre course and being part of a performing arts production are wonderful ways to meet new people and establish lasting friendships, explore your creativity, develop skills in communication and gain self-confidence, poise, self-discipline, and a tremendous sense of pride. In addition, exploring the work of exceptional playwrights opens the door to understanding both our shared humanity and its rich diversity.

Spring 2015 Performance: Neil Simon’s comedy, The Good Doctor. Show dates are March 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m., and March 29 at 2 p.m.

Learn more about auditions for the Keystone Players.

A Sampling of Past Productions

The Odd Couple
Our Town
The American Dame
The Odd Couple
  
(female version)
The Crucible
You Can't Take It With You
Black Comedy
The Dining Room
Crimes of the Heart
Macbeth
The Good Doctor

Greater Tuna
Spoon River Anthology
Comic Relief: An Evening
   of Short Plays
Wait Until Dark
The Complete Works of William
  Shakespeare, Abridged
Deathtrap
A Streetcar Named Desire
Arsenic and Old Lace
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Laramie Project

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