Welcome to the Bowdoin Department of Theater and Dance Events page.  We hope you'll join us at an upcoming show!

Fall 2023

Five students' names, photos and names and dates of their projects

Senior Studio Productions

December 4-7, 2023 at various times & locations - see more below
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!  No registration needed.

The Dept. of Theater and Dance is proud to present our talented seniors' projects - come enjoy their wide variety of work!

Mon. 12/4, 8pmAndy Lopez - Untitled - A Staged Reading of a Play in Progress.  (Memorial Hall, Room 601)

Mon. 12/4, 8:35pmSydney Starks - Yeah No, For Sure, The Podcast - Premiere party. The Listening Lounge @601.  (Memorial Hall, Room 601).

Tue. 12/5, 7:00pm: Dylan Richmond - our sun is a star and those stars way out there may or may not be suns/ but i know i am light - a choreopoem: first staged (Pickard stage/Memorial Hall)

Tue. 12/5, 9:00pmLouise Cummins - C'mon Out! - A Redneck Drag Show.  (Wish Theater/Memorial Hall.)

Wed. 12/6, 7:30pmJuliessa Aguilar - Shush, a short documentary film.  (Beam classroom/VAC)

Sponsored by the Alice Cooper Morse Fund for the Performing Arts 

Dancers on stage
Photo by Alex Cornell Du Houx '06.
Left to right: Alexander Richardson, Laura Yang, Anika Sen, Arianna Bow, Gabrielle Phillips, Luisa Wolcott-Breen

December Dance Concert  

December 1-2, 2023 at 7:30 p.m.
Pickard Theater, Memorial Hall

Come see what our dance classes have been working on this semester!

Sponsored by the Alice Cooper Morse Fund for the Performing Arts and the June Vail Fund for Dance.




The 39 Steps promo poster


The 39 Steps

November 9-11, 2023 at 7:30 p.m.
Pickard Theater, Memorial Hall 

By arrangement with Fiery Angel Limited 

Adapted by Patrick Barlow. 
From the novel by John Buchan.
From the movie by Alfred Hitchcock.
Licensed by ITV Global Entertainment Limited.
An original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon.

Directed by
Lindsay Livingston
"The 39 Steps" is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

Sponsored by the Alice Cooper Morse Fund for the Performing Arts.