The 2020-21 Season

Passage Theatre is thrilled to announce its 2020-21 season! In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have adapted some of our regular live performances and added a number of online programs that will ensure the safety of our audiences, artists, and staff.

Passage’s 2020-21 Season centers on Connection and Caregiving. Click here to watch Passage’s Season Preview video!

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Panther Hollow

A full production written and performed by David Lee White, Directed by John Augustine Pre-recorded: October 17-20

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Welcome To Matteson!

Written by Inda Craig-Galván, directed by Andrew Binger Live: Nov. 21 at 7pm, Pre-recorded: Nov. 22-24

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Christmas 2.0

An online staged reading Written by Donna Hoke Directed by Michelle Tattenbaum Live: Dec 12 at 7pm, Pre-recorded: Dec 13-15

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Babel

Written by Jacqueline Goldfinger, directed by Jill Harrison Live: Jan. 23 at 7pm, Pre-recorded: Jan. 24-26

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Mother (and me)- SHOW CANCELED

Written and performed by Melinda Buckley February 19-21, 2021

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Theatre for Families and Young Audiences

Surely Goodness & Mercy

Written by Chisa Hutchinson Directed by marcus d. harvey March 25-28, 2021

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Mainstage

A Twist of Water

Written by Caitlin Parrish
Directed by Michael Osinski
May 12-May 16, 2021

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The OK Trenton Project

Written and devised by The OK Trenton Project ensemble Public Reading: June 12, 2021

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Group!: A New Musical

Music by Aleksandra M. Weil, lyrics by Eloise Govdare, and book by Julia B. Rosenblatt Public Reading: Fall 2021

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Passage Youth Programs

Passage Youth Programs invite students and adults of all ages and backgrounds to explore, fully realize, and share their greatest creative potential and the potential of the community through the power of expression – onstage, in the classroom, and in their neighborhoods. Click here to learn more about this season’s offerings.

In addition to our typical classroom programming, this season includes a series of Online Learning Labs. These 20-30 minute interactive video lessons are viewable for free online, and can serve as a jumping-off point to not only learn about not only the art of live theatre, but also to gain valuable Communication and Language Arts skills. Each session comes with a suggested activity to make the students’ learning both fun and engaging, with Learning Labs Information Packets able to be downloaded from our website. Learning Labs can be viewed individually, or they can be viewed as a series, with each Lab supplementing the others. These videos are offered free-of-charge with a suggested online donation of $5.