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The performing arts have always been woven into Endicott’s fabric. Our first production, Cinderella, was staged in Tower Hall’s Little Theater in the spring of 1940.
During the 1950s and 1960s, productions included The Glass Menagerie, The Iceman Cometh, The Diary of Anne Frank, and Gigi. In the 1990s original plays by Professor Dan Sklar, including The Revolution of the Muses, were produced here.
Today, the Rose Performance Hall and Tia’s Theater in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts host many performances each year, with plays that have included Once Upon a Mattress, Annie Get Your Gun, and Cabaret.
Publicity photo for Cinderella
Books about Endicott College
No Boundaries: Reshaping Education the Endicott Way
No Boundaries: Reshaping Education the Endicott Way is available for $35.00, plus $4.00 shipping and handling, with proceeds to benefit the 75th Anniversary Scholarship Fund.
The 75th Anniversary book is available through the Office of Institutional Advancement 978-232-2017 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endicott and I by Eleanor Tupper
Enjoy reminiscing about your College by reading Endicott and I by Eleanor Tupper.
The book is a view of the College through her eyes.
Enjoyable and will bring back memories. $15.00 includes tax and shipping.
Endicott College in Words and Pictures
The book takes you through the history of the College decade by decade.
Full of wonderful photographs and descriptions of classes, social life, and traditions.
This is an Endicott College publication.
$15.00 includes tax and shipping. Buy both books for $25.00 includes tax and shipping. These books are available through the Archives and Museum 978-232-2257 or bbroudo@Endicott.edu.