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  • The 2022 Department of Theater Arts Awardees

    The Department of Theater is immensely proud to announce the recipients of the 2022 Arts Awards in Theater. We honor each of these students for their talent, creativity, and dedication to the performing arts.

  • Ethically Ambiguous

    An original one woman honors thesis about desire and shame as a woman of color.

  • Lizzie: The Musical

    LIZZIE: The Musical delves into the mysterious mind of Lizzie Borden and speculates on the motivations she may have had: loss of inheritance, history of sexual abuse, overwhelming oppression and madness.

  • The Big Meal

    Somewhere in America, in a typical suburban restaurant on a typical night, Sam and Nicole first meet. Sparks fly.

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  • Winter People

    A staged reading of Laura Neill's ('13) refreshing and sympathetic play surrounding the politics of identity.

    Photo by Kal Zabarsky
  • The Uprooting Medea Tour

    Khameleon Productions presents the "Uprooting Medea" tour, which will visit Dartmouth College, Thursday March 3rd through Saturday March 5th, 2022.

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  • Submit Your Work: the 2022 Frost & Dodd Student Play Competition

    Submissions of one-act plays are now being accepted for the 2022 Frost & Dodd Student Play Competition and Festival; the submission deadline is Friday April 8 at 4 pm. The winning works will be performed in July 2022 in the Bentley Theater. Submit your work today!

    Umma by Stella Asa '22
  • YourSpace, Winter 2022: WiRED! The 24-hour Theatrical Experience

    Come be a part of a 24-hour-only Dartmouth student theater tradition! Beginning at 8 pm on Friday January 21, the WiRED company will write, cast, rehearse and finally (24 hours later) perform a series of totally original, brand-new works. Sign up to participate today!

  • Studio Lab, Winter 2022: Rivka's Reading Rainbow!

    A studio lab performance of an original one-act work by Emma Ginsberg '23 will be presented in the Bentley Theater Saturday January 29 at 8 pm. Free admission. A passionate librarian rushes to save her precious "miscellaneous" department during an upcoming purge of the library's least borrowed books.

    Rivka's Reading Rainbow

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