Concordia Theatre produces up to four faculty-directed productions and two student-directed plays each year. Students develop their talents as actors, singers and dancers; set, light and costume designers; and house, business and publicity managers. The theatre program employs 30 students in a variety of artistic and technical work-study positions. The Frances Frazier Comstock Theatre houses a 400-seat proscenium and a flexible 100-seat black-box performance space. The Theatre program produces a musical each season, including productions of “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Les Misérables” and “Big Fish.” Recent plays include “Proof,” “Blithe Spirit” and Moliere’s “Tartuffe.” All Concordia students, regardless of academic major, are invited to participate on stage and backstage in theatre productions.