Brevard College Theatre Presents Student Projects and Mixtape


Brevard College Theatre will present two nights of Student Projects on April 28 and 29 at 7:00 p.m.  They will include a Cabaret in the Francis Pavilion Lobby of the Porter Center, followed by a One-Act Play in the Morrison Playhouse.  The program will also present Mixtape, an evening of student work on April 30 at 7:00 p.m. in the Morrison Playhouse at the Paul Porter Center for Performing Arts.

The April 28 & 29 Cabaret is Good Girls Don’t Make History, an evening of songs that takes us on a musical journey exploring women in popular culture.  It features Anna Ervin ‘24, Naomi Firebaugh ‘25, and Lyric Contarino ‘26. 

Following the Cabaret, the performance will move to the Morrison Playhouse for Monsters are Made in the Minds of Men, directed by Sierethene Chepes ‘25.  This one-act play bounces between the past and present to explore themes of mental health, the generational ripple effect of trauma, and the destructive impact of obsession (  It features Grace Dempsey ‘24, Eli Hughes ‘24 and Jodi Wyse ‘24 with Roxxie Petryshak ‘26 as Stage Manager.

Then, on April 30 at 7:00pm in the Morrison Playhouse, there will be presentations from Brevard College Theatre’s Movement Class, Senior Capstone Presentations, and artifacts from the Design/ Tech classes on display.

Brevard College Theatre is a company who prioritizes collaboration and the exploration of Theatre Arts as a means of communication and social action. Within the College mission of experiential learning, faculty and staff strive to present students with authentic and meaningful experiences representative of real-world production and performance in the theatre industry. Attendees participate in this effort by supporting the Student Projects and Mixtape performances.

Admission to both events is free.