Sock and Buskin is a dynamic board of students, faculty, and staff that selects and produces theatrical productions at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Founded in 1901 by Thomas Crosby, a professor in the university’s English department, it has maintained an unbroken string of performance seasons since being established. Each year, Sock and Buskin aid in the production of the current season, and chooses four plays or musicals to be produced during the following academic year.

Sock and Buskin performances are currently held in Leeds Theatre, Ashamu Dance Studio, and Stuart Theatre.