‘In the Next Room’ Explores Sexuality

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From April 30-May 3, the Middlebury College Departments of Theatre and Dance are presenting Sarah Ruhl’s Tony Award-nominated play “In the Next Room” (or The Vibrator Play).

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Clockwork Orange Promises Excitement

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On the surface, A Clockwork Orange is a standard dystopian text, in the same line as classics such as Huxley’s Brave New World. It is[...]

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Middlebury Brings New Life to Classic

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The Town Hall Theater presented its eighth J-term musical, the legendary Les Miserables, to four packed crowds Jan. 23-26. This collaboration between the Town Hall[...]

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Languages Evoke Emotions in ‘Pentecost’

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The Department of Theatre and Dance presented an ambitious, large scale production of David Edgar’s Pentecost, an enviably clever play combining high art and international relations.

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Racial Casting Call Criticized

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On Oct. 28, Associate Professor of Theatre Claudio Medeiros sent an email with the subject line “Invitation to African, African-American and Latino Women” to nearly[...]

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Live Broadcasts Enrich Education

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Middlebury’s Town Hall Theater screened Othello last Thursday through the London National Theater’s program NTlive. The program broadcasts certain plays from the National Theater to[...]

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Curtains go up on ‘The Igloo Settlement’

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The Middlebury Campus got a chance to talk with Paula Bogutyn ’14,  director and producer, as well as Jordan Ashleigh Jones ’13, costume designer, of[...]

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Senior Work “17 ½” Explores Breaking and Restarting

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“17 ½”, the senior acting thesis of Sumire Doi ’13 and Rachel Goodgal ’13,  opened last Thursday in the Hepburn Zoo. It featured nine scenes[...]

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Actors Take Center Stage with ‘The Aliens’

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The Aliens, a play written by Massachusetts-based playwright Annie Baker, premiered in Hepburn Zoo last Thursday and drew packed crowds during its three-night run. The[...]

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Theater Production Leaves Room for Interpretation

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Last Friday and Saturday evenings, The Rude Mechanicals (The Rude Mechs) performed their original play The Method Gun at the Seeler Studio Theater. The performance[...]

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MYethioPIA Explores Themes and Awareness of HIV

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On Monday, Jan. 14, a solo performance titled MYethiOPIA ran in the Kevin P. Mahaney ’84 Center for the Arts. The performance was written and[...]

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The Method Gun Explores Risky Technique

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Imagine an acting technique so extreme that it took all those who used it to an entirely new level, a technique designed to inject even[...]

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Vanek Trilogy Asks Powerful Questions

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From Nov. 29 through Dec. 1, The Vanek Trilogy, a collection of three, interconnected one-act plays, ran in the Hepburn Zoo. The performance was directed[...]

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Upcoming Play Evokes a Life Devoid of Freedom

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Beginning today, the evocative Vanek Trilogy will run in the Hepburn Zoo Nov. 29 to Dec. 1. The show is the senior thesis production of[...]

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All the World’s a Stage: As You Like It

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Two major problems of rhetoric occur when a contemporary director chooses to put on a Shakespeare play. One problem concerns the comedy itself; what an[...]

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Students Bring New Life to Shakespeare Classic

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Starting Nov. 15 and running until the 17, The Theater department will be running a production of Shakespeare’s classic comedy As You Like It, as[...]

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Greater Tuna Makes a Splash

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This past weekend, Greater Tuna ran in the Hepburn Zoo from Oct. 25 – 27. The show was directed by Teddy Anderson ’13.5 and performed[...]

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U.S. Drag Pleases Crowds at Seeler Studio

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Outside the Seeler Studio Theater on Friday night, a palpable excitement filled the air. Students, professors and community members crowded the upper lobby of the[...]

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