BJU Theatre Productions

BJU Theatre Productions

Watch award-winning full-length productions from Bob Jones University's Classic Players. These programs have enriched the student experience at BJU since 1929.

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BJU Theatre Productions
  • Pride and Prejudice

    Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are delighted to learn that the nearby estate of Netherfield has been purchased by one Charles Bingley of London. Mr. Bingleyis accompanied by his friend, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, a handsome young man of great wealth and position. As the Bennets have five daughters, the prospect...

  • Richard III

    The War of the Roses is over. England is at peace. And no one is safe.The War of the Roses between the Houses of York and Lancaster has raged for thirty years of bloody, civil strife. The Yorks are currently in power, and Edward IV (Richard’s eldest brother) is on the throne. Richard has spent hi...

  • Cyrano de Bergerac

    A diverse Parisian audience bustles with excitement over the play they have come to see while some in the crowd anticipate the arrival of a particularly notable cadet, Cyrano de Bergerac—a man celebrated for his unrivaled sword, his matchless wit, and, alas, his protuberant nose. Cyrano’s coming ...

  • Macbeth

    After performing brave exploits in the service of King Duncan, the victorious Scottish generals Macbeth and Banquo meet three witches on a barren heath. They hail the men with chilling prophecies in riddle form: now Thane of Glamis, Macbeth shall be Thane of Cawdor and finally king; Banquo shall ...

  • Hamlet

    Hamlet has played an important role in the history of Shakespearean performance at BJU. It was first performed in 1932 at the original campus in College Point, Florida. The production was so well received that the Classic Players took it on tour to several cities in Florida and Alabama. In 1933 H...

  • King Lear

    King Lear, one of the quartet of Shakespeare's great tragedies, was first performed in either 1605 or 1606. In the play, Shakespeare deals with the twin themes of blindness and blood which also affect his other tragedies. Many critics have judged King Lear to be the most evocative tragedy written...

  • Great Expectations

    The orphan Pip is reared by his shrewish sister and her gentle husband Joe Gargery, the village blacksmith. One day while visiting the graveyard where his parents are buried, Pip is accosted by an escaped convict who demands food and a file. Fearing for his life, Pip complies. Little does he know...