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Theatre and Dance

Season and Events

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Theatre and Dance

E.O. Bull Center, Room 119
2 E. Rosedale Ave.
West Chester, PA 19383

Phone: 610-436-3463
Fax: 610-436-2171

Dr. Harvey Rovine, Chairperson

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Current Season

OCT 12-20 | 7:30PM and 2:00PM

One girl, thousands of years ago, dared to stand up for her beliefs and face the consequences, begging us to ask, "What do I believe in? What would I sacrifice for my beliefs?"

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NOV 8-15 | 7:30PM and 2:00PM

More than 50 years after its debut, Eliza Doolittle’s journey from selling flowers on streets of Edwardian London to dancing with a prince at an Embassy Ball continues to intrigue and delight.

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NOV 9-10 | 7:30PM and 2:00PM

University Dance Company’s annual fall concert, Revival, includes work by current WCU dance faculty and professional guest artists from the Philadelphia area.

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Subscription & Tickets

Department of Theatre and Dance productions are held in J. Peter Adler Studio Theatre (E.O. Bull Center for the Arts), MainStage Theatre (E.O. Bull Center for the Arts), and Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre (Swope Music Building). Both Buildings are located on High Street, near the intersection of Rosedale Ave. For GPS, use 817 South High Street, West Chester, PA 19383. Free parking is available behind both buildings.

Both buildings are located on High Street, near the intersection of Rosedale Ave. (For GPS, use 817 South High Street, West Chester, PA 19383)

Free parking is available behind both the E.O. Bull Center for the Arts and Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre. Enter from South Matlack Street, South High Street or the drive on E. Rosedale Ave.

Ticket Prices




Individual Tickets

Single tickets will go on sale in September and can be purchased two ways:

  1. Online at
  2. In person at the Theatre and Dance Box Office, ground floor, E.O. Bull Center for the Arts, 2 E. Rosedale Ave.; M-F 1-3p. For more info, call 610-436-2533. Tickets can be purchased one hour before curtain (if not already sold out) at the E.O. Bull Center Box Office.


Subscriptions are available for our 55th Season! The following roles for subscribers are now being cast:

  • Walk On | $70.50 | 1 season pass
  • Supporting | $135.00 | 2 season pass
  • Leading | $189.00 | 3 season pass
  • Star | $240.00 | 4 season pass

Each season pass provides six tickets to our season at the lowest price. All subscribers enjoy priority seating, program listing, free ticket exchange, and ticket insurance if tickets are lost or misplaced.

Audition Information

All auditions for the Department of Theatre and Dance productions are open to the entire campus community. If you have questions regarding auditions, either email the contact name associated with each production below or email


Audition Date: Tue, Aug 28th at 7pm, Callbacks Wed, Aug 29th at 7pm
Audition Location: Dance Studio, E.O. Bull Center for the Arts

Prepare: Please come dressed to dance for a contemporary class and warmed up, short info meeting at start.
Questions: Contact Gretchen Studlien-Webb at

Auditions for ANTIGONE and MY FAIR LADY (joint audition)

Audition Date: Thu, Aug 30th, Callbacks Fri, Aug 31st
Audition Location: E.O. Bull Center for the Arts. Time slots will be posted on the callboard outside the costume shop on the ground level.

Prepare: Prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue, any style will do. Prepare an 8 bar selection of music that is in the Broadway style of the show, a contemporary ballad is also fine. You may use text or songs from the show if you wish, however it is not required. An accompanist will be provided but you may bring in pre-recorded accompaniment for your audition if you feel more comfortable. You do not have to use an accent for your audition. You may audition even if you have no previous musical experience. We want to create a great ensemble of many types of storytellers. While music is a dominant language of the piece it is not the only language. Text and music from each show will be used for callbacks.
Questions: Contact John Bellomo for Antigone at Contact Martin Dallago for My Fair Lady at

Auditions for our future productions will be announced throughout the semester. Check back here or email Dates and Shows are subject to change.

Past Productions


  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Exit The King
  • Moving Reflections, a dance concert
  • Never Have I Ever
  • Mosaic, a dance concert
  • Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill, A Musical Voyage
  • An Evening of One Acts


  • Once Upon a Mattress
  • Veer, to alter a direction or course
  • The Long Christmas Ride Home
  • Blithe Spirit
  • The Honorable Maid
  • Serendipity, a dance concert
  • An Evening of One Acts


  • Company
  • Visual Transparency, a dance concert
  • Ghosts
  • What The Water Gave Me
  • The Tempest
  • Unframed Art, a dance concert
  • An Evening of One Acts


  • Dead Man's Cell Phone
  • The Wedding Singer
  • Imprints, a dance concert
  • All's Well that Ends Well
  • Spoon River Project
  • An Evening of One Acts
  • United Diverse Creations, a dance concert


  • Endgame & Come and Go
  • Godspell
  • Poetics of Space, a dance concert
  • Machinal
  • The Rivals
  • Student Written One-Acts
  • Perpetual Motion, a dance concert


  • Student Written One-Acts
  • She Loves Me
  • Coalescence, a dance concert
  • The Mousetrap
  • A Year with Frog and Toad
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • #OccupyUDC, a dance concert


  • Student Written One-Acts
  • Cabaret
  • Cause and Effect, a dance concert
  • Dark at the Top of the Stairs
  • Make Me A Song
  • Kaleidoscope, a dance concert
  • Macbeth


  • Sorrows and Rejoicings
  • The Pajama Game
  • Student Written One Acts
  • Reception/Perception, a dance concert
  • A Festival of New Female Playwrights
  • The Misanthrope
  • Merge Ahead, a dance concert
  • Fables & Fairytales, Children's Theatre


  • The Rocky Horror Show
  • Student Written One Acts
  • E Pluribus Unum, a dance concert
  • Love's Fire
  • As You Like It
  • Wonder Think Feel, a dance concert


  • Psychopathia Sexualis
  • Student Written One Acts
  • Assassins
  • Then to Now, a dance concert
  • tick…tick…BOOM! (Student-directed: Andrew Lowy)
  • Trojan Women
  • Exploring the Spectrum, a dance concert