The Concord University Theatre Program provides all students with unique opportunities to be a part of engaging stage productions that entertain the campus community, as well as audiences throughout the region.  We produce two mainstage productions a year, one every fall and spring, as well as student produced shows through our student organization Alpha Psi Omega. Our courses focus on the fundamentals need for anyone who wants to participate in theatre be it at the professional, community, or educational level.  Participants in our productions are not just those in the theatre program, but include talented students from across the campus, in a variety of majors.

While receiving a minor in Theatre, students will take courses focusing in Acting, Design, Technology, Directing, Theory, and other areas of special interest.  Students will also gain valuable experience through hands-on involvement in campus productions and independent projects.

We believe that the best theatre experience is not only about the show, but about the networking and friendships made throughout the production process. Between rehearsals, performances, and our theatre honor society, Alpha Psi Omega, our students find a welcoming community in which to explore and grow while pursuing their academic goals.

We are excited to have you come and join our theatre family!

Concord University Theatre is excited to announce its 2023 – 2024 season!

Concord University's Theatre presents

The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse

Show Dates: November 9th – 12th  
Auditions: August 29th and 30th

Good intention collide with absurd assumption in Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artist scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and  Native American Heritage Month.   

Concord University's Theatre presents

Concord Does Broadway: A Spring Cabaret

Show Dates: April 11th – 14th 
Auditions: January 23rd – 24th

A collection of songs and scenes from Broadway’s finest performed by the Concord Community