VoxFest

VoxFest is a festival for the development of innovative new projects initiated by Dartmouth alumni. Alumni theater company Vox Theater does a weeklong residency at Dartmouth each summer to workshop new work with current students and faculty.

Sunday, July 3 @ 7 PM

VOX BARTER @ The Top of the HOP

A collage of new work by VoxFest artists, curated by Olivia Gilliatt '08.

Contains strong language and adult themes.

Thursday, July 7 @ 5:30 PM

GRAB THE LAND @ Bentley Theater

Workshop presentation of Grab the Land. A devised theater piece that examines identity, privilege and what it means to grow up American.  Directed by Cliff Campbell '04.

Contains strong language and adult themes.

Thursday, July 7 @ 8 PM

GREY LADY @ Bentley Theater

Staged reading of Grey Lady, by Kate Mulley '05.  Directed by Lillian King '07. This play with music follows a woman in search of adventure and purpose during the Civil War.

Contains strong language and adult themes.

Friday, July 8 @ 5:30 PM

MACBETH IN RHYTHM @ Bentley Theater

A workshop presentation of Macbeth in Rhythm. A devised theater piece that explores Shakespeare's text through rhythm and song. Directed by Hannah Chodos '06, featuring Ben Weaver '03.

Contains strong language and adult themes.

Friday, July 8 @ 8 PM

TEAR A ROOT FROM THE EARTH @ Bentley Theater

Staged concert reading of Tear a Root from the Earth

Music and Lyrics by Johnny Walsh, book by John Bair '06 and directed by Marina McClure '04.

This folk opera about a family in war-torn Afghanistan returns to Voxfest for a second summer of development.

Contains strong language and adult themes.