Attend ‘Parables,’ a music theatre adventure, either live or virtually

The university’s theatre department invites the George Fox community to its spring music theatre adventure, Parables: A Theatrical Installation, to be presented live on campus April 8-11 and April 15-18, and both live and virtually April 15-18.

Live performances are free and are scheduled at 7:30 and 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, April 8-10 and April 15-17, and on both Sundays at 7:30 p.m. only. We will meet at the amphitheater on campus to begin the live shows.

Please be aware that live shows are available only to on-campus students and employees. If you are interested in picking up a ticket for a live show, contact Kathy Harris ( in the theatre department.

The virtual performances will be presented at 7:30 p.m. each night between April 15 and 18. You may pick up your free tickets at this link.


Boy and Girl meet.
Boy and Girl love.
Boy and Girl strive to become better.
Then the world becomes better, too.
Or does it?

In this time of isolation and division, we are examining the lessons from our favorite stories. Inspired by well-known parables/fables/allegories and the bestseller The Alchemist, the George Fox theatre ensemble experiments with how to create meaning during a pandemic.

Traveling through our gorgeous campus, we invite you to come and experience a new type of storytelling that makes familiar stories anew. Will you join our journey as we search for a language that all people understand?

To learn more, visit the theatre’s Current Season page. Questions? Contact Kathy Harris (

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