SEASON 2016-17


Path of True Love, a commeda dell'arte student original

LBCC Performing Arts presents its annual Student One Act production!  This year the play will be an original commedia dell'arte production of Love and Deception, don't miss this opportunity to see first hand the talents of our hard working students!

Path of True Love




Shadowtraveling theater

The Smiling Rabbit

This year our Traveling children's Theatre will be touring a shadow-play adaptation of a traditional Mexican Folktale, The Smiling Rabbit.  This is a bilingual production that tells the story of a trickster rabbit. Please contact our Box Office to make reservations for a school visit.



42nd Annual Children's Theatre Production serves over 6,000 grade school students each year! LBCC students perform two shows per weekday to full houses of excited youngsters! Public performances are available weekends Feb. 13th and 20th.

 Winnie the Pooh

Please contact our Box Office (541-917-4531) to reserve seats for your school.

School performances begin February 2 and run through February 25.

Public performances: February 13 and 20 at 2:00pm  with an evening performance February 19 at 7:00pm



April 29th in the Russell Tripp Performance Center   7:30pm

play in a day 2 play in a day

Our sixth annual Play-in-a-Day festival continues this year at the Russell Tripp Performance Center. Come and enjoy this fast paced event where LBCC and OSU students create and produce Ten-minute plays within a 24 hour period of time.

Performances begin 24 hours after ensemble meets on April 28th when actors, directors and playwrights receive their cast and script!  


This year's Community Engaged Play-Making project focuses on our local Muslim community.

Performance Dates:  May 18, 19, 20

Peace be Upon You


Written by Daniel Stone through collaborations, interviews and story circles conducted with college students of the Islamic faith.
Sumaiya and Chelsea are college coeds who find themselves as room mates. Putting aside their differences and social stereotypes, they become close friends. Together they navigate cultural and political challenges.
This is entered as a participating production in the Kennedy Center /American College Theater Festival.

What is Community Engaged Theater-Making? Community Engaged Theater Making is a process by which topical issues and interests concerning micro-communities are brought to the forefront. This process involves the collaboration and participation of members of these communities and our creative team of theater practitioners. The objective of this process is the development and production of a play devised through this collaboration and presented to the community-at-large. Projects of this nature create a dialogue, builds bridges between communities and gives a voice to the voiceless. These projects would not be possible without our community partners and participants.

 All tickets can be purchased online here.