Fall 2022 - The Crucible
In CTC's rendition of The Crucible, we used the pre-existing notion of McCarthyism, that was originally imbedded in the first version of this play, to bring about a conversation on LGBTQ+ rights and discrimination. This play used a cover of the Salem Witch Trials in order to portray a message of how horrible extremism can impact communities. Experience the heartbreaking, yet necessary message our team pulled together beautifully in our rendition of The Crucible.
Spring 2022 - Student-Directed One Acts
Seven different one acts directed by seven different incredible student directors, all of them being upperclassmen. They designed the sets, guided the actors, and led the entire show bringing forward an incredible performance from each of them.
Spring 2022 - Amélie
Amélie Poulain lives inside her head as she explores the world around her following an isolated childhood. Along the way, she meets many unique people including a former trapeeze artist, a fig salesman, and an artist with brittle bone disease. Amélie keeps herself isolated as a defense mechanism until a bottle drops, a trapdoor opens, and her life is changed forever. Watch this heartwarming story in which she opens herself to new friends, experiences, and romance.
Spring 2021 - Rumors: A Staged Reading
Four couples are about to experience a severe attack of Farce. Gathering for a tenth wedding anniversary, the host lies bleeding in the other room, and his wife is nowhere in sight. His lawyer, Ken, and wife, Chris, must get "the story" straight before the other guests arrive. As the confusions and mis-communications mount, the evening spins off into classic farcical hilarity.
This production is a one-night performance in order to fundraise for Marshall fire victims. All ticket sales will be donated to Impact for Education, which supports BVSD families who were affected by the fire.