2023-24 Theatre Season

2023-2024 Theatre NDSU Productions


DRACULA: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really
Based on the novel by Bram Stoker
By Kate Hamill
Walsh Studio Theatre

October 12-14 & 19-21 at 7:30pm
October 15 at 2:00pm
October 18 at 10:00am (student matinee)

Dracula and his two vampire wives are out for blood in London. Dr. Seward calls for help from a renowned doctor named Van Helsing. When a woman in a cowboy hat answers the call, Seward is loath to believe that this “lady” has the power to defeat Dracula—but, as Van Helsing notes, she’s not a lady—she’s a doctor. It’s destroy or be destroyed in this new feminist adaptation of the haunted classic that is sure to scare and delight!

Twas the Night Before Christmas

'Twas the Night Before Christmas
By Ken Ludwig
Askanase Auditorium

December 1-2 & 8-9 at 7:00pm, December 2 & 9 at 2:00pm.
December 7 at 10:00am (student matinée)

Emily and her best friend Amos (a mouse, of course!) are worried because Santa missed their house last year. When an adorable elf shows up in their window, Emily and Amos learn that they were removed from Santa’s naughty and nice list, and that Santa’s list is in great danger! ‘Twas the night before Christmas—and a girl, an elf, and a mouse journey to the North Pole to save Christmas before it’s too late.


Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Festival Concert Hall

February 22-24 at 7:30pm, February 25 at 2:00pm

Robert is 35. And unmarried. Robert’s friends are the same age. Yet, they are all married or engaged. What’s a confirmed bachelor to do? Join Theatre NDSU and the Challey School of Music for some of Stephen Sondheim’s best-known songs including “Getting Married Today” and “Being Alive.” This funny, yet dark, award-winning musical explores love, commitment, and finding fulfillment with, or without, a spouse.


By David Auburn
Walsh Studio Theatre

April 18-20 & 25-27 at 7:30pm, April 21 at 2:00pm

Catherine’s father Robert just passed away. Robert, a famous mathematician, was on the brink of madness or brilliance. Catherine thinks madness given her father was mentally unstable. But when Robert’s former student Hal arrives, Catherine is forced to confront her father’s brilliance—and in turn, her own. Join Theatre NDSU for this Pulitzer Prize winning drama.