The LSU School of Theatre is pleased to present multiple productions each year, including works at Swine Palace, our affiliated Equity theatre on campus, and in the Lab Theatre, a series of smaller productions entirely developed and produced by students working towards their degrees.


Theatre Mainstage

At The Wedding

September 21 - October 1, 2023 // Shaver Theatre

In this raucous and bittersweet comedy, a woman named Carlo guides the audience through her ex-girlfriend’s wedding, to a man, and talks to several friends and family members about love, life, and how to cope with both. – Concord Theatrical



April 11 - 21, 2024 // Reilly Theatre

The 1967 outbreak of an unknown virus in Marburg, Germany is the backdrop for four interwoven stories spanning time periods and locations.


Swine Palace


November 2 - 12, 2023 // Reilly Theatre

Acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines of the landmark 1973 case, Roe v. Wade, to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause. – Dramatists


The Book of Will

February 15 - 22 - March 5, 2024 // Shaver Theatre

Amidst the noise and color of Elizabethan London, The Book of Will finds an unforgettable true story of love, loss, and laughter, and sheds new light on a man you may think you know.



2023 - 2024 Lab Season


Young Americans Zack and Abby have the perfect ex-pat life in Paris: a funky bohemian apartment in up-and-coming Belleville; a stable marriage; and Zack’s noble mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home one afternoon when he’s supposed to be at work, the questions and answers that follow shake the foundation of their seemingly beautiful life. – Concord Theatricals


Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine's

The St. Catherine's drama club is struggling to put up its first school play—Sophocles' Antigone. As if staging this tragedy in an all girls’ Catholic school isn’t challenging enough, the cast’s beloved director ends up betraying them in an unforgivable way. And it’s almost opening night! The actors must figure out the right course of action, all while rehearsing the classic play about impossibly difficult choices. – New Play Network


Dead City

This comic drama is a modernized, gender-reversed, relocated, hyper-theatrical riff on the novel Ulysses, occurring exactly 100 years to the day after Joyce's jaunt through Dublin. – Concord Theatricals


Let Me Be: Grandma, Maama, and Me

The show is about grief, matriarchal relationships, death and folklore. Using two popular folklore tales from the central region of Uganda, the story follows four women as they navigate their understanding of what it means to lose a loved one, what it means to be a woman in a third-world country, what it means to leave and return, and what it means to be a daughter.