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Theatre Arts – Production Photo Gallery

The Cherubs program offers students a chance to apply what they are learning during the day to a fully-realized rehearsal process. Performance students are cast in a 60-minute play, which will be managed by SMDT students, at the start of the program. Cherubs spend their evenings in rehearsals directed by professionals in the industry, providing an unmatched experience for what a college theatre program is like. Students perform and call these plays at the end of their 5-weeks for friends and family, complete with costumes, sets, sound, lights: the whole nine yards.

Students staying on for the Musical Theatre Extension will perform in or manage a showcase, providing each MT student a chance to shine in multiple musical numbers onstage, or develop a design project of their choice.


“I felt like I was actually working on a professional production. All of our faculty were incredibly experienced and expected a lot of us…The show was so much fun.”

“The rehearsal space was super accepting and judgement free.”



An Iliad

The Maid

…And Her Friends

The Box of Stories

The Mouse That Roared

The Vampires

Musical Theatre Showcase

Songs from Violet, Come From Away, Hair, and The Mad Ones



The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

The Wolves

Lost Girl

Where Words Once Were

Big Love

You On The Moors Now




Beauty and The Beast

Dance Nation


Rose and the Rime

Sense & Sensibility

The Other Shore

Women Like a River Falling from the Sky



Cherub Life

Bob: A Life in Five Acts

The Day We Fell Through the Ice


Girls Like That

The Secret in the Wings

The Wolves

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

A Dose of Reality


2017 Theatre Arts Gallery

2016 Theatre Arts Gallery

2015 Theatre Arts Gallery

2014 Theatre Arts Gallery



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