Dartmouth Events

VoxFest 2020: Meat

A remote performance of an original work by Robert Leverett '16 that questions our ability to create lasting change in an uncertain time. Part of the VoxFest 2020 festival.

Friday, July 24, 2020
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts, Performances

written by Robert Leverett '16
directed by Liza Couser '17
A VoxFest 2020 Festival performance
performing remotely Friday, July 24 at 7 pm

At a luxury health facility in New Hampshire, a staff of doctors, scientists, and robots assist patients' transition to a meat-free lifestyle with the help of the Lone Star tick, a parasite whose bite causes the development of a meat allergy. Through spectacle, comedy, and a sci-fi spin, Meat questions our ability to create lasting change in an uncertain time.

Performing via Zoom webinar. More information, bios, and a remote performance link are available at the Department of Theater website HERE. Email Theater Dept Administrator Milena Zuccotti with questions about viewing this performance.


The annual summer festival of innovative, experimental, and daring theater returns for the 8th consecutive year. A laboratory and a performance platform for the development of the unique, VoxFest brings Dartmouth alumni together to workshop and perform developing new projects and works-in-progress alongside current students and faculty. Traditionally a week-long, on-campus residency event, the 2020 festival will instead encompass a full month of remote performances, taking place via a variety of digital platforms throughout the month of July. Learn more about the complete 2020 performance schedule HERE.

For more information, contact:
Milena Zuccotti

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.