Theatre Productions

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Theatre Department
David Ledoux, Asst. Professor of Theatre
David.Ledoux@BristolCC.edu
774.357.3748

777 Elsbree Street
Fall River, MA 02720
H126
 

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2022 Productions

Our TownOur Town

June 9 - 11
Taunton Center Theatre | 2 Hamilton Street, Tauton, MA 02780

Bristol’s Theatre program will host its upcoming production of Our Town from Thursday, June 9, through Saturday, June 11, beginning at 7 p.m. It is the Bristol Theatre program's first production in the campus theatre at the college's Taunton Center, 2 Hamilton Street, Taunton, MA 02780.

Bristol will present Thornton Wilder's great American classic about life in Grover's Corners, New Hampshire. This profound and deeply moving play follows the residents of the fictional New England town in their "growing up, and in their marrying, and in their living, and in their dying."

Please note: Bristol students and community members who are attending indoor events must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, as defined by the Policy, or have a valid accommodation for COVID-19. Please visit BristolCC.edu/visitorvaccinationpolicy for more information.

No cash payment for tickets will be accepted. Your email receipt is your ticket to the show.

 

For more information contact Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre David Ledoux by emailing David.Ledoux@BristolCC.edu or by calling 774.357.3748

 

Pippin

PippinApril 7 - 9 
Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center Main Stage Theatre (H Building) | Fall River Campus

In this odyssey of self-discovery, young Prince Pippin searches for meaning and satisfaction in his life. This magical, musical classic follows Pippin on his quest through war, murder, temptation and love as he attempts to find his “Corner of the Sky.”

The collaborative production was directed by Elizabeth Bettencourt, Assistant Artistic Director of New Bedford Festival Theatre. The production also included musical direction from Dan Monte, Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and choreography by Brooklyn Toli, Assistant Professor of Theater at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Book by Roger O. Hirson. Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz.

For more information about Bristol Theatre’s production of “Pippin,” please contact Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre David Ledoux by emailing David.Ledoux@BristolCC.edu or by calling 774.357.3748.

 

Romeo and Juliet

February 17 - 19
Studio Theatre | Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center, Room H128 | Fall River Campus

Two star-crossed lovers take their life! Bristol Theatre Program presents this reimagined classic in a fresh new production that looks at how living in a polarized world, ruled by hot headed passion, breeds violence. Presented in our studio space, with a livestream for remote viewing, this will be an intimate and modern take on a timeless story.

The production was live-streamed on the Bristol Theatre program YouTube channel.

For more information about Bristol Theatre’s production of “Romeo and Juliet,” please contact Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre David Ledoux by emailing David.Ledoux@BristolCC.edu or by calling 774.357.3748.


2021 Productions

One Who Disappears

November 18 - 20
Studio Theatre | Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center, Room H128 | Fall River Campus

Bristol Community College’s Theatre program is proud to announce its first production since the pandemic. Bristol’s original ensemble-devised production titled, “One Who Disappears,” premiered from Thursday, November 18, to Saturday, November 20.

The production was live-streamed on the Bristol Theatre program YouTube channel.

Brief Synopsis: The “One Who Disappears” is piece of theatre written, designed and acted by Bristol students. The Bristol Theatre Program presents this world premiere as both a live, in-person production, and a live-stream on the Bristol Theatre Program YouTube channel. A group of souls enter an afterlife purgatory. They struggle to come to terms with the hatred, guilt, and resentment from their lives. Each lost soul must ask themselves, how do we let go of those things that are the source of our suffering? And what lies on the other side of letting go?

For more information about Bristol Theatre’s production of “One Who Disappears,” please contact Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Theatre David Ledoux by emailing David.Ledoux@bristolcc.edu or by calling 774.357.3748.


Stay tuned for more exciting productions and programming brought to you by the Bristol Theatre Program.