Current Season

the 88th Season

The Art of Talking

Friday, October 27th @ 8pm | Saturday October 28th @ 2pm

Academy Hall Auditorium

sideshow

About

Family Weekend Sideshow - a combination of two one-acts entitled "The Art of Talking" featuring two shows: "The Universal Language" and "English Made Simple" both by David Ives.

"The Art of Talking" is a witty exploration into how language can free us from our prisons and bring us to our happiest truth.

Tickets

FREE Admission

Arcadia

Friday, November 10th @ 8pm | Saturday, November 11th @ 8pm | Sunday, November 12th @ 2pm
Friday, November 17th @ 8pm | Saturday, November 18th @ 8pm

RPI Playhouse

About

Arcadia is a 1993 play by Tom Stoppard concerning the relationship between past and present, order and disorder, certainty and uncertainty. It has been praised by many critics as the finest play from one of the most significant contemporary playwrights in the English language. In 2006, the Royal Institution of Great Britain named it one of the best science-related works ever written.

Tickets

$6 with RPI ID | $11 Students/Seniors | $16 General

Arcadia

An Evening of Performance

Friday, February 16th @ 8pm | Saturday February 17th @ 8pm | Sunday, February 18th @ 2pm
Friday, February 23rd @ 8pm | Saturday, February 24th @ 8pm

RPI Playhouse

eop

About

EOP 2018 includes "Blind Date" by Horton Foote, a touching and very funny study of what befalls a fluttery, well-meaning aunt when she tries to arrange a date for her visiting (and uncooperative) niece.

We also have the musical "21 Chump Street" by Lin-Manuel Miranda. This short musical is a cautionary tale of a high school honors student who falls for a cute transfer girl. He goes to great lengths to oblige her request for marijuana in the hopes of winning her affection.

The evening will also include performances from Sheer Idiocy, Partial Credit, the Rusty Pipes, the Rensselyrics, Duly Noted, and RPIgnite.

Tickets

$5 with RPI ID | $10 Students/Seniors | $15 General Admission

Waiting for Godot

Saturday, April 7th @ 8pm

CBIS Auditorium

About

Student Directed - Student Produced. This production of Waiting for Godot is made possible by some extremely determined students as well as the RPI Players.

Tickets

FREE ADMISSION

godot

A Little Night Music

Friday, April 20th @ 8pm | Saturday April 21st @ 8pm | Sunday, April 22nd @ 2pm
Thursday, April 26th @ 8pm | Friday, April 27th @ 8pm | Saturday, April 28th @ 8pm

RPI Playhouse

alnm

About

Set at the turn of the last century, A Little Night Music interweaves a tangled web of former and current lovers among the upper crust elite of Sweden. Esteemed lawyer Fredrik Egerman has recently married a young virgin, Anne, with whom his son, Henrik, has also fallen madly in love. Fredrik’s dedication to his blushing bride is tested when he reunites with a former flame, the famed (and fading) actress Desirée Armfeldt. Things grow more complicated when her jealous (and married) lover Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm gets wind of the reunion. The coupling and uncoupling comes to a head when Desirée convinces her mother to host Fredrik and his family for a weekend on her lavish country estate—and the Count, with wife in tow, crashes the party.

Tickets

$5 with RPI ID | $10 Students/Seniors | $15 General Admission