2022-23 Season

The College of Professional Studies Health & Safety Guidelines

As of Saturday, March 12, the PLU campus has moved to a mask-optional policy in concert with changes at the state level and recommendations of the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. In addition, the university will no longer mandate proof of vaccination for visitors attending campus events.

PLU Dance Team presents

Dance Team Winter Showcase

December 2-3 @ 7:30pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Choreography: PLU Dance Team and student choreographers

A remarkable evening of original choreography by PLU Dance Team and student choreographers.


Book by Craig Lucas
Music by Daniel Messé
Lyrics by Nathan Tysen & Daniel Messé

March 16-18 @ 7:30pm and March 19 @ 2pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Director: TBA
Music Director: Amy Boers
Choreographer: Sarah Seder

Imaginative dreamer Amélie discovers her voice, the power of human connection and possibility around every corner.

Vpstart Crow presents

Sagittarius Ponderosa

By MJ Kaufman

April 13-15 @ 7:30pm; Studio Theater
Director: Hanne Ferguson ’23

A poetic and moving story about identity, family, and the passage of time as Archer returns home to confront his childhood world disintegrating and changing.

DANCE 2023

May 5-6 @ 7:30pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Concert Advisor: Sarah Seder

A dynamic and spectacular night of dance with choreography by faculty, guest artists, and students.

Night of Musical Theatre presents

Coming Home: A Musical Exploration of Self and Collective Identity

May 19-20 @ 7:30pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Director: Dylan Nicholas Ruggeri ’23
Music Director: Trevor Kytola ’23

A musical revue filled with remarkable songs centered on finding home within yourself and among others.

When You Wish Upon A Star: a musical revue

October 7 @ 7:30pm and October 8 @ 5:30pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Director: Miranda Gonzalez ’23, Tom Smith, and Monroe Torkelson ’24
Music Director: Amy Boers
Choreographer: Monroe Torkelson ’24

An evening of favorite Disney songs performed by PLU’s brightest talents!


Alpha Psi Omega presents

She Kills Monsters

by Qui Nguyen

October 27-29 @ 7:30pm; Studio Theatre
Director: Caylin Morrison ’23

A high-octane dramatic comedy that explores the healing between two sisters while celebrating the geek and warrior within all of us through sword fights, 90s pop culture, and Dungeons and Dragons.

The Matchmaker

by Thornton Wilder

November 10-12 @ 7:30pm; Eastvold Auditorium
Director: Jeff Clapp

An uproarious farce about love and money as irrepressible busybody Dolly Gallagher Levi brings together several unlikely couples in 19th-century New York.

Spotlight Season Ticket Prices

When You Wish Upon a Star, The Matchmaker, Amélie and DANCE 2023

$10 general admission

$5 seniors (60+), military, alumni, and PLU community (faculty & staff)

Free for PLU students and 17 and younger

Student Season Ticket Prices

She Kills Monsters, Dance Team Winter Showcase, Sagittarius Ponderosa, and Coming Home
$5 general admission

Please note that tickets will be sold at the door only. Additionally, please be aware that credit and debit cards will be the only form of payment accepted.