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Current Season

Lycoming College Theatre Department 2022-2023 Season

All productions begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Mary L. Welch Theatre.

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Ticket sales begin two weeks before opening night.

The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

By Don Zolidis

Directed by Kirsten Houseman '23

November 16-19, 2022

Once upon a time, there was a group of actors who decided to perform a fairytale. However, they couldn't decide on just one, so they chose to do all. In order to make it all fit into their time crunch, they combined everything to speed run their way through. Revisiting classic fairytales we all know and love, The Brother's Grimm Spectaculathon is a comedic show full of high energy to get you laughing and shaking your head. Dip back into the tales of your child hood and watch as the actors bring them to life in a new way. Find out if they all live happily, ever after!


9-5 The Musical

Music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, book by Patricia Resnick

Directed by Dr. Leslie Gulden

March 29-April 1, 2023

Based on the 1980 movie, 9 to 5 is a musical comedy surrounding three secretaries from completely different backgrounds who bond over a mutual frustration – their boss! Refusing to be taken for granted or to live under a glass ceiling, Judy, Doralee, and Violet sing, dance, and fight back against “the man” while finding a sisterhood they never expected.  This production is a delight to audiences full of toe-tapping, heartwarming and fun music composed by one of the original stars of the movie, Dolly Parton!


Past Productions

Odin's Horse

By Robert Koon

Directed by Dr. Leslie Gulden

October 19-22 2022

The woods of northern California might be a long way away from Williamsport, but the economic versus environmental issues of the logging industry are not. The title, Odin’s Horse, is a reference to the tree of life in Norse mythology. The story follows a writer looking for his next novel as he is pulled in each direction by the people he meets who all have differing and strong convictions about logging. This modern play is thought provoking in the questions of “right” and “wrong” that it poses but doesn’t try to answer.