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SC THEATRE  2021-2022

Campus Players 103rd Season 

Due to COVID-19, all performances are tentative and subject to change.



Mac Beth

November 12, 13, 14 - Helen Graham Little Theatre

After school, seven teenage girls convene in an abandoned lot to perform a play. They drop their backpacks, transform their uniforms, and dive into a DIY retelling of Macbeth. As the girls conjure kings, warriors, and witches, Shakespeare’s bloody tale seeps into their reality. MAC BETH recontextualizes a classic text to expose the ferocity of adolescence and the intoxicating power of collective fantasy.


Antigone (Jean Anouilh adaptation)

February 25, 26, 27 - Helen Graham Little Theatre

“Antigone” is a tragedy by the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles, written around 442 BCE. Although it was written before Sophocles’ other two Theban plays, chronologically it comes after the stories in “Oedipus the King” and “Oedipus at Colonus”, and it picks up where Aeschylus‘ play “Seven Against Thebes” ends. It deals with Antigone’s burial of her brother Polynices (Polyneices), in defiance of the laws of Creon and the state, and the tragic repercussions of her act of civil disobedience. 


Head Over Heels

April 1, 2, 3 – Richardson Performing Arts Center

A jukebox musical featuring the songs of The Go-Go’s and based on Philip Sidney’s The Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia, Head Over Heels is the story of what happens when the royal court of Arcadia is threatened by the mystical Oracle of Delphi with the loss of its “Beat,” the divine power that ensures the kingdom’s prosperity. King Basilius, whose own title is at stake, forces the members of the royal family and court on a journey to the woods in an attempt to escape the Oracle’s seemingly unavoidable prophecies. Through a plot containing usurped kingship, unlikely lovers, and gender-fluid disguises, Head Over Heels preaches unconditional love and acceptance of yourself and everyone you know, no matter their gender or sexual identity, and uses some of the greatest pop-rock hits of the late 20th century.



April 28 & 30 – Helen Graham Little Theatre

Original student workshop written by SC student Elizabeth Santana

In 534 BCE, a young, ambitious woman named Omnipane hears about the new upcoming “tragedy contests,” where writers are encouraged to submit their tragic plays to be performed. Unfortunately for her, women are not allowed to enter. In a fit of rage and prayer, she calls for help to the Gods, hoping that one might hear her cries for help. One does – the fearless drunkard Dionysus. He takes pity on Omnipane, giving her the ability to enter the contests… by turning her into a man. Now, Omnipane must go undercover as a man named Anonymous, and navigate falling in love with a young woman while also wanting to turn back into her former self.


Fools on the Hill

October 6 – Across the campus

10-minute plays directed by SC students across campus.

9-LIVES Laughatorium & Good Times Improv Comedy Troupe

October 7, December 3, March 3, April 29 - Messenger Recital Hall

Late night campus comedy!   Comedy for the community too.


December 1, 5  – Helen Graham Little Theatre

SC’s annual Campus Player Christmas play by A.M. Buckton.

Small Packages

December 4 – Messenger Recital Hall

Short scenes directed by SC’s student directors.*


Summer Theatre Festival - 2022

June & July 2022 – SC’s exciting summer of productions and camps for all ages

For more information contact 620-229-6272

*These Performances may contain adult language and/or adult content.

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