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  • Department of Theater Statement on Racial Justice

    The Department of Theater salutes the 2020 revolution and acknowledges our complicity in systemic, cultural, and institutional racism. This moment demands concrete action and accountability. Read the full statement.

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  • Upcoming Auditions: Frost and Dodd Festival, Summer 2020

    Auditions for the Summer 2020 Frost and Dodd Student Play Festival are taking place now! Festival directors Carol Dunne and Niegel Smith '02 are holding auditions via video submission; submission deadline is Monday, July 6.

  • Summer Theater Lab, 2020: VoxFest

    The annual alumni-driven summer festival of innovative, experimental, and daring new works-in-progress  returns for the 8th consecutive year, with remote performances taking place throughout the month of July. Don't miss it!

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  • Summer Theater Lab, 2020: Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival

    The Department of Theater congratulates the winners of the 2020 Frost and Dodd Playwriting Competitions: Naomi Lam 21, Armond Epps Dorsey '20, and Savannah Miller '21. Winning plays will be performed via distance technology at the Frost & Dodd Student Play Festival in July 2020.

  • Converging Pandemics: Black Life in a State of Emergency

    Theater professor Dr. Monica White Ndounou and Joshua Bennett of the Dept of English will be moderating a conversation with scholars Eshter Armah, Ruha Benjamin, and Che Gossett on Wednesday June 17. The event is free and open to the public; sponsored by the depts of AAAS and Theater.

  • Spring 2020: THEA 29 Culminating Presentations

    The students of THEA 29: Dance Theater Performance will be presnting their final performances to the public via Zoom webinar on Saturday, May 30 at 4:00 pm. Taught by John Heginbotham and Rebecca Stenn, the course focuses on the creation of ensemble pieces.

  • Spring 2020: Student Performances and Projects

    The Department is proud to support a remarkable series of remotely-produced student productions and honors thesis projects: conceived, created, performed, and/or produced by the extraordinary and resilient students of Dartmouth Theater. May 26-31, 2020.

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