A 60-minute express version of the play that has been charming audiences for more than 420 years will be staged in multiple locations throughout the Hollins campus, November 28 – December 1.
To help renovate its Waldron Stage into a “green space” venue, Roanoke’s Mill Mountain Theatre is presenting a one-night-only fundraising event, a production of “A Simple Plan” by Nancy Ruth Patterson, who teaches in Hollins’ M.F.A. program in children’s book writing and illustrating. President Emerita Nancy Gray is a featured member of the show’s cast.
After nine years, Hollins Theatre is returning to the scene of the crime with a revival of “Chicago,” one of Broadway’s most celebrated musicals.
Hollins Theatre is presenting the inventive and uproarious prequel to the classic story of the boy who refused to grow up: The Tony Award-winning play “Peter and the Starcatcher” will be featured October 19 – 23 on the Main Stage.
Dawn Wells, best known as “Mary Ann” on the classic ‘60s sitcom Gilligan’s Island, will be one of the featured performers at the first-ever Starcropolis, an evening of live theatre on Mill Mountain beneath the Roanoke Star. The event, co-sponsored by Hollins, takes place Sunday, September 4.
Hollins University, the City of Roanoke, Mill Mountain Theatre, and Roanoke Public Libraries are joining forces this Labor Day Weekend to present the first-ever Starcropolis, an evening of live theatre beneath the Roanoke Star.
The Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University is joining with Roanoke’s Mill Mountain Theatre to present Overnight Sensations, where six plays are written, rehearsed, and staged before a live audience over the course of 24 hours.
The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival has recognized the play “Coupler” by Meredith Dayna Levy ’12 with its “Distinguished Production of New or Devised Work” award. Levy is pursuing her M.F.A. degree in playwriting at Hollins.
Hollins Theatre Institute has launched a new tradition so every generation can enjoy the delight of the classic children’s book “Goodnight Moon” on stage.
The Princeton Review has named Hollins University one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, and ranked Hollins Theatre as the 19th best college theatre program in the country.