Theatre at Grand Valley is preparing for our 2014 - 2015 season. We hope you will join us for more outstanding theatre performances as we celebrate our 44th season.
For the past 43 years, Theatre at Grand Valley has offered affordable, compelling, and entertaining theatre that is artistically exceptional as well as challenging and educational to our students and community.
We take great pride in offering a quality theatre program that explores different cultures, social issues, and themes so we hope you will consider joining us for all of our productions and enjoy another outstanding season of great theatrical performances.
Please call the Louis Armstrong Theatre box office to receive a copy of our 2014 - 2015 season brochure and make certain you are on our mailing list!
Performance Studio Series:
GVSU Theatre students hone their skills in all aspects of theatre in these fully staged, student directed and acted productions in an intimate setting on stage in the Louis Armstrong Theatre.
Reasons To Be Pretty, written by Neil LaBute and directed by Theatre student, Cody Robison
February 13 - 15, 2015
Friday, February 13 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, February 14 @ 2:00pm & 7:30pm
Sunday, February 15 @ 2:00pm
All tickets are general admission, $6.00, and $7.00 on the day of the performance.
Reasons to be Pretty focuses on the human tendency to be all to consumed by physical appearance. The events that follow in the play begin from a subtle remark of being "regular" and in a downward spiral of events comedic and serious, the couples' relationships find themselves at the breaking point. LaBute creates a very relate-able story within this work, and shows just how shallow people can be without even realizing it.
Restoration Comedy performances March 20 - 29, 2015. Please click here for more information!
Please click here to read more about up-coming performances by the ReACT! cast.
Bridgett is working towards her MA in Theatre Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Watch a GVSU Spotlight video with Theatre student, Brynhild Weihe - click here!
Last year Erin went to L.A. for two months and took a couple workshops: The first was at the Atlantic Theater School. She was among 9 people learning their technique from founding members.
Round Belly Theatre Company founders in Oakland, CA. Check out their website and their review in the San Francisco Examiner: www.roundbellytheatre.com
Lydia Benker Wins Fulbright Study/Research Fellowship