2022-23 Theatre and Dance Performance Schedule



  • Chakeres Memorial Theatre
    905 Woodlawn Ave.
  • Student Lab Theatre
    225 N. Fountain Ave.

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MainStage Performance
The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe
October 27-30
Chakeres Memorial Theatre

  • The Wolves chronicles six Saturday mornings in the lives of a soccer team who have played together since they were little somewhere in suburban America as they prepare for their games. Quickly, the players learn how to navigate the unfamiliar, tense, and uncertain on a field that has always been home. Sarah DeLappe's award-winning play is a modern classic about love, loss, and identity.

Lab #1
Exit, Pursued by a Bear by Laura Gunderson
November 10-12
Student Lab Theatre

  • With the help of her friends, Nan duct tapes ex-husband Kyle to a La-Z-Boy and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their past. Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are both freed from their past in this smart, dark revenge comedy.

Fall Dance Concert
November 17-20
Chakeres Memorial Theatre

  • Join us on a journey through an eclectic mix of dance performances created by the artistic minds of the students of Wittenberg University. With genres from Hip-Hop and Contemporary to Jazz and Musical Theatre, this concert truly runs the gamut. With a wide breadth of styles, moods, and focuses there is something here for everyone to enjoy. Please see the attached flyer for more information.

Lab #2
Grounded by George Brant
January 26-28
Student Lab Theatre

  • Join actor Abby Moore ’24 for a gripping solo performance piece. In Grounded, a brilliant fighter pilot is taken from her plane and put behind an unmanned aerial vehicle. What happens to the warrior when the war lives just beyond her reach?

MainStage Performance
Six Years Old by Daphne Silbiger
February 16-19
Chakeres Memorial Theatre

MainStage Performance
Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti
April 13-16
Chakeres Memorial Theatre

Spring Dance Concert
April 27-30
Chakeres Memorial Theatre

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