Theatre

Good Boys and True

Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa directed by David Jilg

At an exclusive prep school, golden-boy senior and captain of the football team Brandon Hardy is Ivy League-bound and has his life plan set. Then, an explicit sex tape is found on campus which begins a city-wide scandal. As events unfold, an equally disturbing possibility emerges - the real reason the tape was leaked in the first place.

 

Good Boys and True

Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa directed by David Jilg

At an exclusive prep school, golden-boy senior and captain of the football team Brandon Hardy is Ivy League-bound and has his life plan set. Then, an explicit sex tape is found on campus which begins a city-wide scandal. As events unfold, an equally disturbing possibility emerges - the real reason the tape was leaked in the first place.

 

The McCoy Theatre opened in 1982 with a production of Candide. The sixty-by-sixty-foot black-box theatre is versatile enough to accommodate almost infinite possibilities for stage and seating configurations. Productions in the McCoy have ranged from the intimate Fifth of July to the spectacular Nicholas Nickleby. Renovations in 2005 doubled the McCoy Theatre in size, adding a second black-box theatre, set construction, wardrobe design and storage space, classrooms and theatre faculty offices.

The Department of Theatre at Rhodes College does theatre.

We find it. We make it. We study it. We live it.

McCoy Theatre

For more than thirty years, the McCoy Theatre has been the production arm of the Department of Theatre.

The department′s efforts to understand theatrical performance find application in this large, black box space. The McCoy′s seasons seek to investigate the human condition, broadly, and aim to engage with the college′s liberal arts curriculum.  In this respect, the McCoy looks not only to test and to try what theatrical performance does, but looks to collaborate with the campus′s various programs of study.

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