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Award-Winning Playwright and Catawba College Professor to Debut Original Theatre Piece

November 2, 2021

Category: Events, Faculty, Theatre Arts

bradstephenson.jpgAward-winning playwright and Catawba College Professor, Dr. Bradley Stephenson, will debut an original piece in the upcoming Hillsboro Community College (HCC) Theatre Department’s Fall Presentation. 

On Wednesday, November 3 through Saturday, November 6, the HCC Theatre Department will perform seven original compositions designed to celebrate the human spirit. Stephenson’s original production, Revolver, will be featured. Along with his work, the following will also be presented: 

  • The Ridiculously Sweet Dream Apartment by Greg Aldrich
  • Uprooting Oaks by David Dudley
  • Saddam's Lions by Jacob Juntunen
  • No Winter No Worries by Jacob Juntunen
  • The Judas Goat by David Dudley
  • The First Yes by Jacob Juntunen 

Tickets for the general public are available for $15 each. All information, including show times and ticket requests, may be obtained by visiting

HCC’s Mainstage Theatre is open to limited-capacity audiences for performances. Audiences will be seated socially distanced by ushers. Audience members who feel sick are encouraged to view the performance via livestream. Masks are expected at all times. 


About Catawba College
Founded in 1851, Catawba College is a four-year, private, liberal arts college conveniently located in Salisbury, N.C. Ranked as one of the best regional colleges in the South, Catawba is a learning community providing students unique opportunities to discover their vocation, calling, passions, and purpose as they prepare to reach their highest potential. The College offers more than 70 undergraduate and three graduate programs allowing students to explore diverse interests and create their own academic pathway. Additional information is available at

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