Rochester University Presents ‘Songs n’ Shorts’

Rochester University’s Theatre & Music Department presents Songs n’ Shorts: A Night of One-Acts and Music, directed by Robert Arbaugh, MFA.

Artwork by Liz Fulton.

Rochester University (RU) Theatre & Music is delighted to present Songs n’ Shorts: a fun-filled cabaret celebrating our student’s individual artistic voices! We will be premiering six original one-acts written and performed by our talented RU students and showcasing musical theatre performances that are sure to make you laugh. From a play about friends posing as a couple for a prank to a cat burglar sketch full of feline puns, the night will be full of short songs, short plays, n’ shorts…?

Evening performances of Songs n’ Shorts will be on February 16-18 at 7:30 p.m., while matinee performances will be on February 19 at 2:30 p.m. All performances will take place on the campus of Rochester University at 800 W. Avon Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48307. Tickets are $5 for students and $13 in advance ($16 at the door) for adults. To purchase tickets online, visit For more information (including group sales), call 248-218-2149 or e-mail


Rochester University is an accredited liberal arts educational institution that prepares students for professional and personal success as they serve in God’s world. Founded in 1959, the university offers bachelor’s degree majors in traditional and accelerated learning formats and a master’s degree in missional leadership. For more information about Rochester University, visit

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