Join us for our premiere mainstage season!

We are performers. We are technicians. We are an interdependent, creative company dedicated to creating high quality, thought provoking, entertaining theatre. We are Madonna University Repertory Theatre.

Madonna University Repertory Theatre is excited to be working on live theatre again! We’re following all CDC and Madonna University guidelines to keep everyone safe and are looking forward to presenting our FREE performances for small, socially distanced audiences in Kresge Hall.

Upcoming Performances

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It Could Be Any One of Us

by Alan Acykbourn
March 26 to March 28, 2021

A comic murder mystery full of twists and turns – and plenty of laughs.

Siblings fighting over an inheritance.
An outsider threatens to take it all.
Someone dies.

Everyone is suspect – and any one of them could have done it.

Don’t miss this comic murder mystery where the outcome – and the murderer – changes every night!

It Could Be Any One of Us is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com



In order to maintain a safe environment for our patrons and company, the following protocols are in place:

  • Audience must download and use ReturnSafe for the day of performance:
    Please be prepared to show your completed form at check in.
  • When you arrive at the theatre, our staff will greet you, check you in, and escort you to your seat.
  • Please maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from other patrons as you are waiting to check in.
    Seating and Safety Measures:
  • Patrons will be seated with social distancing.
  • Families may sit together.
  • To keep everyone safe, refreshments will not be offered in intermission.
  • Intermission will be extended to allow everyone time to use the restroom, if necessary.
  • Patron spaces will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each performance.
  • Programs will not be saved, rather immediately recycled.

Our actors and crew are working hard to put on a safe production which includes socially distanced blocking, frequent handwashing and sanitation, and masks at rehearsals at all times.

While our intent is to put on a production, if circumstances arise that lead to postponing or cancelling the show, we will be sure to promptly inform you about any adjustments.

Past Performances

Marriage Is Murder

Marriage Is Murder

by Nick Hall
October 23 to October 25, 2020

Paul and Polly Butler wrote a mildly successful series of murder mysteries together, divorced, and are now reuniting to continue the series because there’s an opportunity to make a lot of money as a result of a film deal. We get to watch them as they attempt to recreate the magic that they once had – if they don’t kill each other in the process. 


The Women of Lockerbie     The Women of Lockerbie

by Deborah Brevoort
March 13 to March 15, 2020

On December 21, 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 270 people. Based on this event, the fictional The Women of Lockerbie takes place seven years later as the grieving mother of one of the victims searches the site for any remains of her son.  She and her husband are joined by women of the town who are fighting to carry out a simple gesture that will bring closure and peace.

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The Star-Spangled Girl

by Neil Simon
November 1 to November 3, 2019

When the perfect All-American girl moves in next door to two college buddies writing a protest magazine, there’s sure to be sparks.  Add romantic attraction to the mix – that somehow becomes a lover’s quadrangle – and the resulting fireworks rival any Fourth of July celebration.

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