NDSU Theatre Celebrates 100 Years

The NDSU Little Country Theatre, now know as LCT Productions, was founded in 1914 and has been involved continuously and actively in campus life ever since. Please join us as we celebrate 100 Years of Theatre at NDSU!

Upcoming Events

The ART of Theatre

The ART of Theatre: Master-Mentor-Medium

February 6 - April 10, 2014
Public Reception: March 1, fromĀ 2 - 5pmĀ 

The Memorial Union Gallery is delighted to host guest alumni curators, Professor Emeritus and Little Country Theatre Historian, Donald E. Larew and former theatre staff and actress, Nicole 'Brandy Lee' Dostert in The ART of Theatre.

Lighting, stage management, costume, and scenic design work executed by students with the mentorship of Theatre Arts Department faculty is featured, highlighting the fruitful relationship between student and mentor that has flourished throughout the history of the Little Country Theatre.

Years Ago

Little Country Theatre Historical Documentary

Free public screening
The Past is Prologue:
Celebrating 100 Years of Theatre at NDSU
Tuesday, February 11 at 7:30 PM
Askanase Auditorium

Free and open to the public, however, reservations are appreciated. Reserve your free seats at 701.231.7932 or email tammy.erdmann@ndsu.edu.

Please join the NDSU Department of Theatre Arts and Prairie Public Broadcasting as we celebrate 100 years of theatre at North Dakota State University with a viewing of a historical documentary.

NDSU Theatre Presents

Theatre NDSU presents
"Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
By Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler

February 27-March 2, 2014
Benjamin Barker has escaped from prison, returning to London to seek revenge against the lecherous judge who framed him, ravaged his young wife and stole away his daughter. Barker's grievance eats away at him, and he gradually turns into a serial killer.

State A One-Act Play Festival
Hosted by NDSU Department of Theatre Arts

April 7-8, 2014
More information coming soon!

NDSU Theatre Presents

Theatre NDSU presents
"Why Torture Is Wrong and the People Who Love Them"
By Christopher Durang

April 24-26, May 1-4, 2014
In this brilliantly funny play, Durang blunts the edge of what might appear to be gruesomely violent by turning reality into farce.

Common Ground

Playing on Common Ground Theatre Symposium

May 1-3, 2014

Playing on Common Ground: Theatre and the Complex Communities of the 21st Century is a symposium that challenges our preconceptions of theatre's role in the community.

This symposium is open to all who are passionate about theatre.

More information.

 

Previous Events

Little Country Theatre Traveling Display

This display will travel around campus and the community, highlighting our history and hopes for the future.

newfangled theatre company
Seven-Eleven Project

September 20-21, 2013
The student production company of LCT Productions will spend 7 days writing and rehearsing 7 eleven minute plays.

Theatre NDSU Presents

Theatre NDSU presents
"Handing Down the Names"
by Stephen Dietz

October 10-12 (Homecoming) and 17-20, 2013
This seven-generation mosaic of a family from 1766-1949 imparts the loss and pain of separation, the struggle for survival and the persistence of a people with a strong will to survive.

newfangled theatre company
Play Reading Event

November 1-2, 2013
More information coming soon!

NDSU Theatre Presents

Theatre NDSU presents
"Love's Labour's Lost"
By William Shakespeare

November 21-24, 2013
King Ferdinand and his men decide to isolate themselves for three years to study great books...all without the company of women. Really? Will the oath hold? Or will they succumb to the game of love?

Musical Theatre Troupe Theatre Alumni Gala Performance

Saturday, December 7, 2013
Join Theatre alumni as they present songs from our favorite musicals, such as Fiddler on the Roof, Gypsy and more!

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