Contact Information

314 Linden Street
Camden, New Jersey, 08102
Voice: (856) 225-6176
Fax: (856) 225-6330

Dr. Kenneth Elliott
Department Chair

Maria Buckley
Department Administrative Assistant

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Production Season (2015-2016)

We’re proud to announce our 2015-2016 Production Season!




The Student Directed One-Act Play Festival
Directed, Acted, and Produced by Rutgers–Camden Students

October 8th-10th 2015
Thurs.-Sat. at 7:30pm
Black Box Studio

The Rutgers–Camden theater program kicks off their season with the annual Student Directed One-Act Play Festival! These plays may be short, but they pack a ton of fun into a small span of time. Perfect for those with short attention spans, this year’s Student Directed One-Act Play Festival is sure to delight. As always, the plays are directed, acted, and produced by students.







The Member of the Wedding
by Carson McCullers
Directed by Jesse Bernstein

November 18th-22nd 2015
Wed.-Sat. at 7:30pm, Sun. at 2:00pm
High School Matinee: Fri. Nov. 20th at 10:00am
Walter K. Gordon Theater

Growing up can be a little awkward — especially for Frankie Addams, who is stuck in that terrible spot between adolescence and adulthood and just feels like she doesn’t belong anywhere. Carson McCullers’ award-winning play, The Member of the Wedding, is a poignant tale of naiveté and personal turmoil set against the backdrop of the burgeoning racial and political turbulence of the American South in 1945.





The Shape of Things
by Neil LaBute
Directed by Damon Bonetti

February 10th-14th 2016
Wed.-Sat. at 7:30pm, Sun. at 2:00pm
High School Matinee: Fri. Feb. 12th at 10:00am
Black Box Studio

When gawky Adam meets Evelyn – the sexy, sophisticated artist- his entire life is turned around. Their relationship blossoms and Adam starts to transform himself to please Evelyn, even going as far as having plastic surgery. But Adam’s friends are convinced that there is something else at play… This modern coming-of-age tale raises deep questions about human relations, and the intersection between art and life.




Romeo and Juliet
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Kenneth Elliott

April 13th-17th 2016
Wed.-Sat. at 7:30pm, Sun. at 2:00pm
High School Matinee: Fri. Apr. 15th at 10:00am
Walter K. Gordon Theater

Join the Capulets and the Montagues as they battle it out in the streets of Verona amidst the tragic romance of young Romeo and Juliet. Full of love, loss, vengeance, and some of the most beautiful lyric poetry ever written, Shakespeare’s enduring classic has moved and delighted audiences for centuries.


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