At intermission of the opening night of “In the Next Room” (or “The Vibrator Play”), the audience of the packed Seeler Studio Theater collectively sighed[...]
This weekend at the Hepburn Zoo, a group of five students will present “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” a two-character play written by Rajiv Joseph. The story[...]
The Vagina Monologues is an episodic play written by Eve Ensler ’75 in 1996. The play consists of a series of monologues about the “female[...]
The play “Boston Marriage,” senior acting work of Meghan Leathers 13.5 and Christina Fox 13.5, enjoyed a Nov. 14-16 run in the Hepburn Zoo.
An entirely sophomore-driven and remarkably thought-out production, “Cock” was the collaborative brainchild of director Jordan DuBeau ’16 and producer Alexander Burnett ’16.
The Department of Theatre and Dance celebrated Halloween with a presentation of Caryl Churchill’s Vinegar Tom, a subversive tale of witchcraft and female power running from Thursday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 2.
“It is the month of May for me,” he begins, oblivious or irreverent of the incongruous autumn leaves and woolen sweaters. Though the dark wood[...]
What does it mean to be an adult? At what age do you turn old? How are we supposed to deal with the passage of[...]
If you walk onto the stage in Wright Theater between now and late November, you will see black and gray floor panels attached in a[...]
During this past summer’s Master of Fine Arts Playwrights’ Workshop at the Kennedy Center, Daniel Sauermilch ’13 graced the Washington, D.C. stage with a reading[...]
The Potomac Theater Project (also known as PTP/NYC) successfully concluded its 2012 summer season with its well-received productions of Caryl Churchill’s Serious Money and Jim[...]
Low Level Panic ran in the Hepburn Zoo from Apr. 14-16. The senior 700 work of Ele Woods ’11, Jess Spar ’11 and Lindsey Messmore[...]
From Nov. 19 through Nov. 21, “Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief” played five shows at the Hepburn Zoo. The script, written 30 years ago[...]
On the surface, Fulton Professor of Humanities and Director of Literary Studies Stephen Donadio seems to fit right into the academic archetype. He looks just[...]