On Stage

A Night of Three One Acts

Three Skeleton Key 
by James Poe
Directed by Samuel Pomerantz

Who Killed John Doe?
by Alexandra Harrington
Directed by Sydney Pope

The Marriage Proposal
by Anton Chekov
Directed by Sophia Delogu

I Will Eat You Alive

by Katie Hileman

This one-hour play, which includes singing and dancing by a three-person cast, examines diet culture, representation, and what it's like to be a fat woman in today's society.

Lasso of Truth

by Carson Kreitzer
Directed by Steven J. Satta

Under the direction of Steven J. Satta, Carson Kreitzer's funny, insightful play reveals the feminist origins of superhero Wonder Woman and traces the character’s rocky journey from America’s cultural margins to her current mythic status.

Lasso of Truth is presented by arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

This production is recommended for mature audiences only.

Red Ballad 

by Rae Hample

You are invited to a cult gathering to celebrate and venerate a color. Join us for a multi-layered, multi-media, vareity show esc. performance, exploring the color red. Like a true Ballad there will be drama, lust, sex and blood. "Red Ballad" is conceived and directed by Rae Red (Towson MFA candidate Rae Hample). In collaboration with Cliff Doby (a TU Theatre Alum), Theresa Columbus, Kim Le, and Mars Dwyer. In partnership with a devised movement piece by Towson MFA Candidate Matthew Williams and collaborators. 

Each show runs approximately 40 minutes with a brief intermission between pieces.


by Divya Rajan

Roots is a site-specific experience that will take its participants on a quest through rituals and narratives. This piece will be performed at the Ancient Oaks Baltimore Farm in Westminster, MD. The farm is home to Grandfather and Grandmother Oak who are more than 300 years old. They are beckoning you. They wish to give you something. Will you come to receive from these ancient roots of wisdom.

Wright Hard Play Hard; A New Works Festival

Managed by Hanjo Faircloth and Faculty Advisor David White

Wright Hard Play Hard is an evening of new works, written, directed and performed by Towson Theatre Students and Alumni.


by Jarod Hanson

Neverman evokes the stories of a certain lost boy to explore aging, identity, and trauma in a physical, glam-rock dreamscape. It's a raucous and provocative journey of self-discovery told through music, myth, and muscle. Solo performance piece using elements of glam rock. cabaret, burlesque, and physical theatre. What happens when the boy who never grows up is suddenly held accountable to the sands of time?

A Night of Women Playwrights

A Student Studio Production

Mud by Maria Irene Fornes, Directed by Ben Hopkins
Am I Blue by Beth Henley, Directed by Kasie Lerner


by Lynn Nottage
Directed by Peter Wray

A group of down-and-out factory workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, struggles to keep their lives in balance in this 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning play presented by TU students under the direction of Peter Wray.

Sweat is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
May contain material recommended for mature audiences.