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Theatre Program

Shakespeare at RSU

RSU Theatre is committed to presenting new works by area playwrights as well as new interpretations of classic plays contributing to its reputation as a progressive theatre group.


HamletHamlet »
To do or not to do. That is the question! The story of the melancholy Dane is considered by many to be greatest play in the English language. It’s poetry, philosophy and personality make it as vital today as it was in 1601. But procrastination and paradox make its performance problematic.


A Midsummer Night's DreamMidsummer Night's Dream »
Follow two couples as they race at cross-purposes through the enchanted Forest of Arden in search of love and themselves.



The TempestThe Tempest »
Shakespeare creates in the world of the Tempest a world of the imagination, a place of conflict and ultimately of magical rejuvenation.



Richard IIIRichard III »
An adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard III by Dr. Gregory J. Thompson, Assistant Professor and Head Department of English & Humanities.