• Our upcoming performances:

    The Jason Bishop ShowThe Jason Bishop Show
    Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 8pm
    Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall
    Public: $20 / Faculty & Staff: $16 / Students: $5

    As America’s hottest illusionist, Jason Bishop might read your mind one second or make goldfish appear the next. Jason was handpicked by LiveNation to perform with Ke$ha, Matt & Kim, Paramore, Weezer, Drake, and many other celebrities at multiple Bamboozle Festivals. His performance abilities have led him from LA to NYC and Mexico to Sweden, as well as every state and many countries in between.

    Bishop’s combination of modern music, fast-paced magic, sleight of hand and audience participation have landed him in several notable venues, including Celebrity & Disney Cruise lines, Hollywood’s Magic Castle and the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. He was also named APCA’s Best Performing Artist of the Year.

    Alumni and Family Weekend Event Presented by Prism and the Student Activities Council!

    Sense and SensibilityAquila Theater in Jane Austen’s - Sense and Sensibility
    Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:30pm
    Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall
    Public: $22 / Faculty & Staff: $18 / Students: $10/ Pitt-Bradford Students $5

    The characters of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility live in a world in which choices are limited -- especially for the women. After the unexpected death of their father, sisters Elinor, who is level-headed and full of sense, and the hopelessly romantic, Marianne, are forced to leave their comfortable lives, while their half brother and his wife inherit the family estate. The only hope for these two sisters is a profitable marriage. Seduction, courtship, love, heartbreak, and surprise abound in this classic romantic comedy.

    Aquila expands the canon of classical works for the stage by adapting Sense and Sensibility in a bold and exciting new production. Directed by Aquila’s artistic director Desiree Sanchez, this production will incorporate her innovative use of space, movement, design, and sound. D.C. Metro said, “Sanchez is wildly inventive and the production choices made were carried out beautifully,” and NY Theater Review says, “Her direction is polished and laser sharp. She gets the maximum amount of potential out of every stage moment, has exceptional attention to detail, and is a demiurge of direction.”

    Simien and Zydeco Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience
    Friday, February 2, 2018 at 7:30pm
    Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall
    Public: $25 / Faculty & Staff: $21 / Students: $10 / Pitt-Bradford Students: $5

    Two-time Grammy award-winning artist and eighth generation Louisiana Creole Terrance Simien has been shattering the myths about what his indigenous Zydeco roots music is and is not. Simien and his Zydeco Experience band have played over 7,000 concerts in more than 45 countries. They performed their original song “Dance Everyday” in the Warner Brothers film The Lucky One and “Gonna Take You There” in Disney’s The Princess and the Frog. Terrance and his bandmates have shared studio and stage with Robert Palmer, Stevie Wonder, Los Lobos, Taj Mahal, Dr. John, the Meters, Alan Toussaint, Paul Simon and Dave Matthews Band, to name a few. There’s no need to travel to Louisiana to have the authentic zydeco experience. We are bringing it to Pitt-Bradford!

    MARDI GRAS PARTY AT THE BROMELEY! Join us for a pre-show Mardi Gras party complete with a beer-tasting event featuring Devil’s Backbone Brewery (more info to come)

    Bollywood BoulevardBollywood Boulevard: The Journey through Hindi Cinema
    Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 7:30pm
    Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall
    Public: $22 / Faculty & Staff: $18 / Students: $10 / Pitt Students: $5

    Bollywood is the largest film industry in the world by the sheer number of films that are produced each year. Song and dance are hallmarks of these films. This multi-disciplinary production has a live band, dancers, and multimedia, peppered with stories capturing the artistry, spirit, grandeur, and impact of an industry that has millions of fans across the globe.

    The performance gives a glimpse into the evolution of the Hindi language film industry, popularly known as Bollywood, from the 1930s, when the first sound films were created, to today, as the show moves from the era of black-and-white films to color. The music, costumes, choreography, and artwork reflect the essence of each time period. Through the lens of Hindi cinema's iconic songs, this performance and residency will engage and educate our community about the pioneers, legends, and game changers in Bollywood.