News & Events

  • The Department of Theater announces **OPEN AUDITIONS** for the winning plays of the 2015 Frost and Dodd Playwriting Contests. These plays will be presented at the Frost and Dodd Playwriting Festival, July 31-August 2, 2015:

    The Rosenbaum Twin Survival Musical Spectacular by Elise Wien '17/ Full production, directed by Jamie Horton/ This play is about twins who become trapped on a desert island - and what they are willing to do to conquer their circumstances...

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  • FREE WORKS-IN-PROGRESS - NEW THEATER PROJECTS INITIATED BY DARTMOUTH ALUMNI: VOXFEST!
    wed, JUL 8, 7 pm - HOOD MUSEUM: VOX BARTER - A collage of new work by VoxFest artists
    sat, JUL 11, 2 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - TWO NEW WORKS - Bench readings: The Special Election by Kate Mulley '05 and URANUS (a play about waste) by Vox Resident Artist Jeremy Pickard
    sat, JUL 11, 7 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - TEAR A ROOT FROM THE EARTH - Staged...
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  • Chris Gallerani is featured in the May 26, 2015 edition of The D's "Student Spotlight." Read the full article here!!

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  • Sondheim, etc.

    A Senior Project

    Performed by Margot Yecies '15

    Piano Accompanist: Henry Danaher

    FRIDAY, May 29th @ 9:30 PM

    SATURDAY, May 30th @ 4 PM

    Bentley Theater

    FREE ADMISSION

  • the Dartmouth Theater Department presents "it's beautiful, over there"
    An Honors Project Created and Performed by Stephanie Abbott-Grobicki '15
    Friday, May 29th at 7:30pm; Saturday, May 30th at 7:30pm; Sunday, May 31st at 2pm/ Bentley Theater/ Free Admission
    Directed by Katie Lindsay '11/ Costume Design by Celeste Jennings '18/ Lighting Design by Victoria Fox '15/ Sound Design by Sara Holston '17/ Stage Management by Zahra Ruffin '17
     

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  • The Department of Theater presents: Christopher Shinn's DYING CITY, directed by Emma Orme '15. Cast: Veronica Burt '16, Robert Leverett '16. Set Design: Victoria Fox '15. Costume Design: Nicolle Allen '16. Lighting Design: Cristy Altamirano '15. Sound Design: Wilson Fanestil '18. Stage Management: Spencer Jorgensen '17.
    Bentley Theater: May 22, 2015 - 8 pm; May 23, 2015 - 8 pm; May 24, 2015- 2 pm. $4 Tickets on sale at the HOP Box Office.
    This show contains mature...
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  • #werq: a queer journey/ an honors thesis written and performed by chris gallerani '15/ presented by the department of theater
    this performance features explicit sexual content and mature subject matter
    direction and scenic design by nick o'leary '14/ lighting design by victoria fox '15/ costume design by nicolle allen '16/ sound design by Cristy Altamirano '15 / stage management by robert leverett '16
    bentley theater/ may 1 & 2, 2015 @ 7pm and may 3, 2015 @...
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  • The Theater Department congratulates the winners of our recent play contests:

    WINNER OF THE 40TH ANNUAL RUTH AND LORING DODD CONTEST:

    Elise Wien '17 for "The Rosenbaum Twin Survival Musical Spectacular"

    WINNERS OF THE 88TH ANNUAL ELEANOR FROST CONTEST:

    Michael McDavid '15 for "In Another Country"  and Ashton Slatev '15 for "Slack Jambs"

    Honorable Mention to Katherine Fox '15 for "Another Happy Day" and "This is it"

    The winning plays...

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  • The Theater Department and the Displace Theater Company present:

    WIRED! (a 24-hour playwriting experience)

    Produced and Stage Managed by Ariel Klein '17 and Naomi Lazar '17

    4 Original Plays!  

    4 Creative Teams!

    4 Casts!

    NO SLEEP!

    This event begins at 8 PM on Friday night April 17 and ends with YOU as our audience on Saturday night @ 8 PM in Bentley.

    Come and see what our students can create in only 24 hours!!...

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  • THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATER PRESENTS "MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG"
    Music and Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM/ Book by GEORGE FURTH/ Based on the original play by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart
    Originally Directed on Broadway by Harold Prince/ Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick/ Originally produced on broadway by Lord Grade, Martin Starger, Robert Fryer and Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell and Howard Haines
    Stage & Musical Direction: Max Gottschall '15...
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