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  • A selection of stories published in The Dartmouth this month:

    Play uses physicality to explore relationships

    "Love blinds. Love wounds. Love keeps us going. The Dartmouth theater department’s production of Rajiv Joseph’s “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” directed by Nick O’Leary ’14, made these truths slowly, painfully evident this weekend in Moore Theater."

    "The play centers on two characters: Kayleen, played by Diane Chen ’14, who was also responsible...

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  • FRIDAY May 30 @ 8 PM and Saturday May 31 @ 7 PM & 9 PM
    Bentley Theater
    An original solo performance piece created and performed by
    Camille van Putten '14
    FREE ADMISSION

  • Nick O’Leary ’14 is all about theater, but not to the exclusion of everything else. Happily, he says, Dartmouth, offered him the opportunity to study theater in in the context of the liberal arts.

    “It was important for me to be able to contextualize my theater work with broader liberal arts study, and the professors and classes available at Dartmouth are hard to beat,” a perspective developed living in Hanover since the fifth grade. “But as much as there is to be learned from rigorous...

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  • FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, May 23 & 24 at 8 PM
    SUNDAY, May 25 at 2 PM
    Bentley Theater
    $3 tickets on sale at the HOP Box Office beginning May 19
    Fully-produced production, directed by Deborah Guzman-Buchness '15
    Sets by Cristy Altamirano '15
    Costumes by Randi Young '15
    Lighting by Kellie MacPhee '14
    Stage Management by Victoria Rowe '17 & Margot Yecies '15

    This dark comedy centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is
    being...

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  • SATURDAY, May 10 at 9 PM
    Bentley Theater
    A social art experiment designed and conducted by Walker Fisher '14
    Mediated by Veronica Burt '16 and Mykel Nairne '16; Collaborative Fabricators: Chiara Santiago '15 and Sera Boeno '14
    FREE ADMISSION

  • FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, May 9 & 10 at 8 PM
    SUNDAY, May 11 at 2 PM
    The Moore Theater
    A low-tech production, Directed by Nick O'Leary '14
    Sets by Nck O'Leary '14; Costumes by Diane Chen '14; Lighting by Chris Gibson '14; Sound by Sara Holston '17; Props by Robert Leverett '16; Dramaturgy by Ben Randolph '15; Stage Managment by Victoria Fox '15
    Over the course of 30 years, the lives of Kayleen and Doug intersect at the
    most bizarre intervals, leading the two...

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  • In the theater department, students’ interest in creating a solo performance show has risen sharply. Typically, the solo performance is a project tackled by only one or two students a year. But this term, four seniors have created their own performance pieces, including a magic show, a dance performance, a digital narrative, and a one-woman theater performance.

    “We are seeing more solo work,” says Daniel Kotlowitz, chair of the Department of...

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  • A selection of stories published in The Dartmouth this month:

    Student Spotlight: Haley Reicher '17

    "In her short time at Dartmouth, Haley Reicher ’17 has already made a name for herself in the campus arts community. Reicher has performed in two of the theater department’s main stage productions and sings regularly in her a cappella group, the Sing Dynasty."

    "Reicher’s theatrical career at Dartmouth began with “Big Love,” the fall main stage production...

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  • FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, April 25 & 26 at 8PM
    SUNDAY, April 27 at 2PM
    Bentley Theater (limited seating!)
    Lighting Design: Kellie MacPhee '14; Costume Design: Randi Young '15; Sound Design: Sara Holston '17; Stage Management: Naomi Lazar '17; Poster Design: Sayeh GorjiFard
    An exploration of the creation of an independent dance performance piece.  There will be a post-show discussion on Friday, April 25, moderated by Ford Evans.
    FREE ADMISSION

  • SATURDAY, April 19 at 8 PM
    Bentley Theater
    3 playwrights.
    3 directors.
    No scripts.
    No sleep.
    Produced by Diane Chen '14 and Amber Porter '14
    Stage Managed by Ariel Klein '17 and Naomi Lazar '17
    FREE ADMISSION

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