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  • An honor’s thesis project written and costume-designed by Nicolle Allen.

    This fully-produced show will be directed by a professional guest artist and performed in early spring.

    ROLES FOR TWO WOMEN (one speaking, one non-speaking)

    This new experimental piece explores how women interact with their clothing, constructing and reforming identities as they dress each day. It is divided into three parts, each part...

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  • Come to an information session in the Bentley Theater (basement of Hopkins Center, access from Moore Theater Lobby) tonight to learn about this term's productions - and how you can participate!  Hear about our MainStage Production of CHICAGO, Your Space Production Slots -- and more!  No experience necessary to get involved!!

    Bentley Theater

    6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Monday, January 11

     

  • Attention Dartmouth Students! Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!

    Dartmouth E-Term:

    The Dartmouth Theater Department and Northern Stage, an award winning professional theater, will present a groundbreaking experiential (or “E”) term for five to six exceptional Dartmouth Students in the fall of 2016.

    The students will be housed with the Northern Stage Company, trained for 15 weeks in all aspects of the professional theater, and...

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    Calling all Dartmouth Students! The Dartmouth Theater Department and Northern Stage, an award winning professional theater, will present a groundbreaking experiential (or “E”) term for five to six exceptional Dartmouth Students in the fall of 2016.

    The students will be housed with the Northern Stage Company, trained for 15 weeks in all aspects of the professional theater, and take part in Northern Stage’s Off-Broadway production of Orwell in America as well as the...

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  • CHICAGO: A Musical Vaudeville

    Book by Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse
    Music by John Kander
    Lyrics by Fred Ebb

    Winner of six Tony Awards, and the longest-running American musical in Broadway history!

    Murder. Greed. Corruption. Treachery. Set amidst the flashy decadence of the 1920s, Chicago is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and...

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  • Displaced Theater Company's "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind", this Saturday and Sunday. Join us in the Bentley Theater. Free of charge and full of talent!

    "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind"- A Your Space Production
    30 plays in 60 minutes and YOU pick the order! 

    Performed by Displaced Theater Company and presented by the Dartmouth Department of Theater

    Saturday, January 30th @ 9pm

    AND ...

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  • Dan Kotlowitz a lighting and projection designer and professor of theater who has taught at Dartmouth for 20 years, and is currently chair of the theater department. His designs for more than 200 professional productions have been seen in theaters throughout New York City and around the country, as well as in nearly a dozen European countries, from Paris and London to Lithuania, Norway, and Greece. At Dartmouth he has been a Melville Straus Fellow...

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  • Veronica Burt '16 directs students in staged readings from “Telling Tales” by Migdalia Cruz and “Icarus” by Edwin Sanchez. 

    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    7 PM - 8:30 PM  in the Bentley Theater

    Free Admission

    Play readings will be followed by a Q & A with the playwrights. This El Caribe Global event is preceded on October 13 by a panel on Nuyorican and Latino/a theater with playwrights Migdalia Cruz and Edwin Sanchez and scholar Alberto Sandoval Sanchez. The...

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  • THE BALTIMORE WALTZ

    by Paula Vogel


    Baltimore Waltz follows siblings Anna and Carl on their hilarious and heart-wrenching romp around Europe. Written in 1989, a year after playwright Paula Vogel lost her brother to AIDS, Vogel satirizes the disease and imagines a trip with her brother that never got to happen. Grief is offset with comedy, and the result is a surrealist, sultry show that grapples with illness, loss, and...

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  • A Your Space Presentation
    Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
     
    Coordinated by Ariel Klein ’17
     
    SATURDAY, October 17 at 9pm
    SUNDAY, October 18 at 5pm
    Bentley Theater
    FREE ADMISSION
     
    30 original student plays in 60 minutes – the audience chooses the order.

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