MSMC Theatre has a rich history in presenting drama, comedies, musicals, and improvisation at the College. Over the years, and under the direction of innovative faculty directors Irene Nunnari, James Beard, and James Phillips (respectively and most recently), the theatre program has developed a loyal following of students and alumni.
As Mount students engage in the theatrical process, they create bonds with the arts, with faculty, and with one another that last a lifetime. Read what some of our alumni say about their experiences in the performing arts at the Mount.
There are several clubs for students interested in the performing arts. Different Stages unites thespians, stage managers, and technical lighting and set designers. Improvology is an improv group started in 2012.
The Mount offers a minor in theatre arts, as well as a minor in theatre arts and music.
Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions (Fall 2017)
The Saviour of Venice (Spring 2017)
The Laramie Project (Fall 2016)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Spring 2016)
Women of Lockerbie (Fall 2015)
Book of Days (Spring 2015)
Greater Tuna (Fall 2014)
Almost, Maine (Spring 2014)
The Madness of Isabella (Fall 2013)
The Clean House (Spring 2013)
The Mystery Plays (Fall 2012)
Machinal (Fall 2011)
The Imaginary Invalid (Spring 2011)
Flavio Betrayed (Fall 2010)
The Pact (Spring 2010)
"Theatre was, and will always remain, the best thing that I ever did during my time at Mount Saint Mary College." - Jacob Cohen Donnelly, 2010
Read what Jacob and our other alumni had to say about the Mount's theatre program on our Alumni Testimonials page.