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  • MainStage Production, Fall 2020: Faith, Hope, and Charity

    Ödön von Horváth's surreal and subversive commentary on European fascism, adapted for the radio and now set amidst the uniquely American backdrop of the 1932 Bonus Army marches on Washington and the violence that ensued. Performing as a 3-part series on Dartmouth Radio beginning October 31.

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  • Remote Performance Project, Fall 2020: Moments of Truth

    A showcase performance from the members of the Black Underground Theater and Arts Association, who have gathered in this pivotal moment of several pandemics to ​express​ their truths as Black artists through spoken word poetry, song, and visual arts and to bring attention to grassroots BLM activists. October 28, via YouTube.

    Moments of Truth

    The Department of Theater will be offering courses remotely with synchronous components and remotely with optional on-campus components. Please connect to our winter term info-session on Monday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. All students are welcome!

  • Craft Institute To Administer $5 Million Grant for Black Theater

    Founded and directed by Associate Professor of Theater Dr. Monica White Ndounou, the Craft Institute is one of four institutions selected by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to administer a newly-awarded $5 million grant to support Black theaters across the United States.

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  • London Theater Foreign Study Info Session

    The Theater FSP is a unique chance for students to develop their craft while taking advantage of London's incomparable theatrical tradition and vibrant cultural scene. Join us for an info session about this program on Thursday, Oct. 29, 12:30—2:30 pm via Zoom

  • Remote Performance Project, Fall 2020: Tell Me I'm Not

    An original solo performance work, written and performed by Savannah Miller '21. A collection of anecdotes, stories, and reflections recounting a young woman's journey to come to terms with her brain. Performing via YouTube, November 6 2020.

    Tell Me I'm Not
  • Fall 2020 Student Production Proposal Deadline

    The Department of Theater is once again welcoming creative and out-of-the-box student performance project proposals this fall that capitalize on the opportunities presented on remote communication. Project proposal deadline is Friday September 18.

  • Upcoming Auditions: Faith, Hope, and Charity

    Auditions for a MainStage production of "Faith, Hope, and Charity" by Ödön von Horváth will take place on September 17-18 via Zoom. Directed by Peter Hackett, the production will be performed as a radio play on Dartmouth College Radio in November. Sign up to audition today!

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  • Fall 2020 Courses

    The following courses will be offered remotely with synchronous components in the fall term 2020. Theater and Soc. I, Movement Fundamentals, Acting I, Text Analysis, Contemporary Performance, Plays OnStage, Playwriting, Technical Production, Scene Design, Contemporary Theater Practices, and Theater of Ideas.


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