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‘Waiting for Godot’ Explores Hope

Kean Haunt '17 and Jackson Prince '17 perform
May 10, 2017

Samuel Beckett’s absurdist tragicomedy “Waiting for Godot” is a notoriously difficult piece, and a group of students took on the challenge. The show follows two men, Vladimir (Jackson Prince ’17)...

Protocol Finds Dark and Light in Suicide

Protocol delves into the discomfort of suicide and heartbreak.
December 3, 2014

The terms “suicide” and “comedy” generally do not go well together, but Protocol, an entirely student-produced play that ran in the Hepburn Zoo from Nov. 20-22, managed to merge these two themes...

Student Production Tackles ‘Getting Out’

Sarah Karerat ’18 and Aashna Aggarwal ’16 play two versions of the same woman, separated by one’s determination to change (Rebecca Coates-Finke '16.5).
November 12, 2014

“When we are loved we are afraid / love will vanish / when we are alone we are afraid / love will never return,” reads a piece of the poem “The Black Unicorn” by Audre Lorde, included in the program...

Student Theatre Fills the Zoo

October 29, 2014

Despite a lack of advertising, the Hepburn Zoo hosted a full audience for the Drama Lab on Friday, Oct. 24, presenting six student-written ten-minute plays. Featuring topics ranging from abortion to...

Thesis Show Runs the Gamut of Female Roles

March 7, 2013

From March 14-16, theatre majors Sumire Doi ’13 and Rachel Goodgal ’13 will be performing their senior acting thesis in the Hepburn Zoo. The show, ambiguously titled 17 ½, will be a collection...

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