Performances & Tickets
Due to Covid-19 all shows will be virtual
Beloit College Theatre and Dance 2020-2021 Season
Life and Times (Episodes 3 & 4)
7:30p.m., November 12, 13, 14, & 19, 20, 21, 2020
By Nature Theatre of Oklahoma
Directed by Amy Sarno
Life is a mystery with weird soundtracks in the background. We think we’re so unique! But, are we? Really?
Life and Times (Episodes 3 & 4) by Nature Theatre of Oklahoma is all about surviving the mystery of growing up. This production is a unique postmodern experience that exposes how impossible it is to tell someone else what it felt like to wrestle with the sturm and drang of adolescence. You will rediscover the moment when you were just defining yourself. And really? That moment is a remarkable place to be.
December Dance Workshop
7:30 p.m., December 4 & 5, 2020
December Dance Workshop Performance is a showcase of student-choreographed works created during the fall 2020 semester. These energetic pieces span a wide range of styles and genres and are performed with beautiful commitment and sincerity.
Chelonia 2021 Screendance Festival
7:30 p.m., February 26 & 27, 2021
Chelonia 2021 holds many thrills for our audiences. This year’s concert will feature innovative new work created for our student dancers by world-renowned guest artists. The thrilling evening will of course include the finest of our student choreography and inspiring dances created by our talented dance faculty. This show is not to be missed!
Student Directed One-Acts
7:30 p.m., March 18, 19, 20, & 25, 26, 27, 2021
A Lady Who Collects Spiders Meets A Gentleman Who Collects Snakes by John Weagly, directed by Abby Bender
13 Letters to Lucy Grealy Written in the Bathtub by PJ Gross, directed by Sage Green
37 Scenes, And A Watermelon by Ian Downes, directed by Stacey Jaeger
Faculty Advisor Amy L. Sarno
One night. Three plays. Three times the fun! Three senior directing students will debut their work as part of the Beloit College Season. Three thought provoking plays. Three new directors. An exciting evening of theatre.
7:30 p.m., May 13, 14, 15, & 20, 21, 22, 2021
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Amy Sarno
Hamlet’s home from university for his father’s funeral, his mother’s wedding, and his uncle’s coronation. There’s something rotten in the state of Denmark and Hamlet is determined to root it out — no matter what it does to his family, himself, or the very kingdom. Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy seems particularly relevant today. Don’t miss it, OK Boomer?
To order tickets for Beloit College Theatre and Dance Productions:
- Box Office Hours: Limited hours, leave message.
- Show Nights: All shows will be virtual
- Call: 608-363-2755
Online: View the list of shows above and find a registration link for the show(s) you wish to see.
- Single tickets can be reserved online until 6:00 pm on the day of the show.
All season tickets must be ordered before the start of the first show of the season. The last day for ordering season tickets for 2019-2020 is October 3, 2019.
- Regular Season Tickets: $46.00
- Senior Season Tickets: $32.50 (age 62 and over)
- Faculty Season Tickets: $32.50 (Beloit College faculty & staff only)
- Student Season Tickets: $23.00 (Copy of student ID with order
To order season tickets, visit or call the box office or complete the online season ticket order form.
More About Performances at Beloit College
Act on it!
Beloit College Theatre stages four shows in two different theatre spaces every year.
Productions are chosen by a committee of faculty, staff, and students from suggestions garnered from across campus. The committee seeks to offer students performance, production, and viewing opportunities of a combination of classical, devised, contemporary and American classics. Every other year, the department produces a musical or stages a Shakespearean play.
Anyone on campus is encouraged to audition during the first and second week of classes each semester.
If it can be built, we do it!
Production majors, minors, and students with an interest build all the sets and costumes for each of the four plays and Chelonia. Our students often also design the lighting, costumes, and even sets.