Urinetown, The Musical, 2014
photo courtesy of Teresa L. Steward Photography
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!
Our next student produced, PS Show, Reasons To Be Pretty, written by Neil LaBute, is directed by senior Theatre student, Cody Robison.
Reasons To Be Pretty runs February 13 - 15, 2015. Tickets are on sale soon and are $6, general admission.
Auditions for Reasons To Be Pretty will be December 3 & 4. Call or stop by the Louis Armstrong Theatre box office for an audition spot!
Company performance January 30 - February 8, 2015. Please click here for more information!
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.
GVSU's international touring troupe, BARD TO GO, went to Nova Scotia, May 18 - 24, 2010. A seven-member team of Grand Valley theater professors, students, and alumni took the award-winning Bard to Go program to Nova Scotia. The touring program, which
Scott Cramton (foreground), Mlive photo-Cory Morse How a GVSU graduate made a killing with dinner theater business Click here to read the GR Press article!
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.
Bridgett is working towards her MA in Theatre Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.