2020 FALL EXPERIMENTAL SEASON

The 2020-2021 Theatre Season marks a turning point in our operations as a performing arts organization. While the conventional stage performances had to be canceled due to the Covid19 pandemic, the Department of Theatre will continue to share non-traditional performative exchanges to showcase the work of their students and faculty. Making use of experimental practices, they are tackling themes related to the immediate social and political challenges.  

Topics explored throughout this experimental season includissues of pandemic health and safety, racial justice, LGBTQIA+ advocacy, neurodiversity, the #MeToo movement, grassroots political activism, gun violence, the economy, and more. 

Virtual World Premiere Play

An original interactive musical for families with neuro-diverse children.

Collection of 10-minute audio dramas

Original radio plays, inspired by poems about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

A Mockumentary Comedy

Our Freshman class followed by a fictitious camera crew as they explore their first year in college.

World Premiere Devised Theatre

Students write, direct & perform original work based on current headlines.

Costume Design

Collection of wearable sculptures  to keep people at least six feet away.

Costume, Hair, Makeup Design

A stylized, theatre-adjacent LGTBQIA+ experience to educate and entertain

Media Projection

October 24 – 30, 2020
MSU BROAD MUSEUM

Musical Development Documentary

November 7 at 7 p.m.
November 8 at 2 p.m.

World Premiere Play

An pre-recorded virtual world premiere of original works by MSU Students

To remain updated on what exciting experimental projects our Theatre Spartans create this year, check back on this page and follow us on social media!

Special Projects & Student Initiatives