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The College of Communication and The Arts' academic theatre program, Seton Hall Theatre offers a wide variety of theatrical opportunities for students.

Seton Hall Theatre

Ticket Information

  • Seton Hall Theatre's 2015-2016 Season 
  • Theatre-in-the-Round on-campus box office: (973) 761-9098
  • South Orange Performing Arts Center Box Office: (973) 313-2787 or visit www.sopacnow.org
  • For group rates, subscriptions & additional information, contact the Department of Communication at (973) 761-9474.

As a co-curricular activity of the College of Communication and The Arts' academic theatre program, Seton Hall Theatre offers a wide variety of theatrical opportunities for students.

The College of Communication and the Arts produces four main stage shows each year. Mainstage shows are directed by faculty members, visiting professionals and in some special cases, a student may direct a mainstage production under the mentorship of a faculty member.

As a theatre major, you are encouraged to participate in any desired capacity, from producing, directing, acting, designing and/or backstage. In addition, the student organization, Theatre Council, produces its own events.

Any student, regardless of major, can audition for main stage shows. Admission is always free to Seton Hall Theatre productions. Registration for performances at SOPAC is recommended.

The Theatre-in-the-Round is on campus, located in the University Center. The South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) is located downtown at One SOPAC Way, South Orange, NJ 07079. For more information on SOPAC, visit www.sopacnow.org.  

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2019 – 2020 Season

The Christmas Cabaret
Thursday, December 5

The College of Communication and the Arts presents the annual Christmas Cabaret. Tickets are FREE. All performances in Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

The Christmas Cabaret
Friday, December 6

The College of Communication and the Arts presents the annual Christmas Cabaret. Tickets are FREE. All performances in Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

The Christmas Cabaret
Saturday, December 7

The College of Communication and the Arts presents the annual Christmas Cabaret. Tickets are FREE. All performances in Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

The Christmas Cabaret
Sunday, December 8

The College of Communication and the Arts presents the annual Christmas Cabaret. Tickets are FREE. All performances in Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus
Thursday, February 20

The College of Communication and the Arts presents theatre production of Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus. Tickets are FREE. All performances at Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus
Friday, February 21

The College of Communication and the Arts presents theatre production of Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus. Tickets are FREE. All performances at Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus
Saturday, February 22

The College of Communication and the Arts presents theatre production of Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus. Tickets are FREE. All performances at Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus
Sunday, February 23

The College of Communication and the Arts presents theatre production of Men On Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus. Tickets are FREE. All performances at Seton Hall’s Theatre-in-the-Round.

Summer of ’42, Theatre Production
Thursday, April 30

The College of Communication and the Arts presents Spring musical production, “Summer of ’42,” Book by Hunter Foster, Music and Lyrics by David Kirshenbaum, based on the screenplay by Herman Rauch. Tickets are FREE. All performances at SOPAC.

Summer of ’42, Theatre Production
Friday, May 1

The College of Communication and the Arts presents Spring musical production, “Summer of ’42,” Book by Hunter Foster, Music and Lyrics by David Kirshenbaum, based on the screenplay by Herman Rauch. Tickets are FREE. All performances at SOPAC.

Summer of ’42, Theatre Production
Saturday, May 2

The College of Communication and the Arts presents Spring musical production, “Summer of ’42,” Book by Hunter Foster, Music and Lyrics by David Kirshenbaum, based on the screenplay by Herman Rauch. Tickets are FREE. All performances at SOPAC.

Summer of ’42, Theatre Production
Sunday, May 3

The College of Communication and the Arts presents Spring musical production, “Summer of ’42,” Book by Hunter Foster, Music and Lyrics by David Kirshenbaum, based on the screenplay by Herman Rauch. Tickets are FREE. All performances at SOPAC.

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