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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde performance

Theatre Arts Program

2021-22 season

Linfield Theatre presents

The Linfield Theatre Program puts on three to five performances each academic year. As a student studying theatre arts at Linfield, you'll play a vital role in each performance – from lighting and set design to costuming, makeup and acting. Gain priceless experience in the collaborative creative process in one of the most respected theatre programs in the Northwest.

Studying theatre arts at Linfield
Three students playing Heathers in the performance

Apr.-May. 2021 performance

Heathers the Musical

In collaboration with Linfield's Department of Music and based on the film by Daniel Waters, Heathers The Musical explores the pressures of being a teenager set to an infectious score of rock music. Directed by Lindsey Mantoan, music direction by Robert Fishell. Book, music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Kevin Murphy.

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A scene from Treasure Island with Long John Silver (played by Robert Turner '24) holding a knife to Killigrew the Kind's neck (played by Nathan Dillon '20) from behind.

Nov. 2021 performance

Treasure Island

The Linfield Theatre Program returned in a big way this fall with a performance of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, adapted by Bryony Lavery and directed by Janet Gupton.

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An art installation at Ground Zero: 2021 with a woman crying on her knees in front of pillars with the names of those lost during the attacks of 9/11.

Sept. 2021 performance

Ground Zero: 2021

Ground Zero: 2021 commemorated the legacy of 9/11 with an original set of performance art installations in the courtyard of Ford Hall. The five moving pieces reflected the key themes of this tragic historical event.

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May 18-19, 7:30 p.m.

An offering of short plays directed by the theatre program's advanced directing students mentored through Professor Janet Gupton. These pieces feature collaborations among many students, including student designers, stage managers and performers. Admission is free and seating is first-come, first-served. This year’s one-acts are Frankenstein and First On The Rope.

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April 9, 7 p.m.


Written and performed by Rohina Malik, five Muslim women serve tea and uncover what lies beneath the veil in this critically-acclaimed one-woman show. This performance is funded by the generous support of the Linfield Lacroute Arts Series, Linfield Theatre, gender and sexuality studies, Big Bridge Theatre Consortium and The Murdock Charitable Trust.

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