News & Events

  • Dartmouth Lecturer and Northern Stage Producing Artistic Director Carol Dunne has recently been tapped to lead an unprecedented new program to support women artistic directors in professional theaters across the United States. Privately funded by the Pussycat Foundation, the BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle will provide $1.25 million in grants in support for Northern Stage and four...

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  • CABARET

    Book by Joe Masteroff
    Based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood
    Music by John Kander
    Lyrics by Fred Ebb
    Broadway production directed by Harold Prince
    Produced for the Broadway Stage by Harold Prince

    November 3-5 & 9-12
    The Moore Theater

    A Theater Department MainStage Production
    Tickets available at the...

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  • Come to the Department of Theater's

    FALL SHOWCASE

    Wednesday, September 20

    6:30 PM

    Bentley Theater

    Come to an information session about the Theater Department's productions for Fall Term. Hear from faculty and student directors about their shows and you you can participate on stage and/or behind the scenes!

    NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

  • The Department of Theater is thrilled to announce the encore presentation of the award winning play, If It Isn't You, by Tess McGuinness '18. Please join us for two performances on Tuesday, September 12th at 5pm and 8pm in the Bentley Theater. Tickets are $4 each available at the HOP Box Office beginning September 8.

    The piece is directed by Director of Theater, Professor Jamie Horton, and the cast features Brooke Goldner '19, Malcolm Joung '19, Owen Page '19 and Davin Polk '...

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  • Join us on the stage of the Moore Theater for our Department of Theater OPEN HOUSE from 12noon-1:30pm on Thursday, September 7th. Come meet our faculty, staff and students and learn about our course offerings for the 2017-2018 academic year as well as our many exciting opportunities within Mainstage and student productions. Learn about ways you can get involved in perfoming, designing, directing, playwriting, and much more. We look forward to seeing you there! 

     

  • Acting I Instructions for Fall 2017:

    For this fall, there will be two sections of Acting I (a 10A and a 2A section). First, you must sign up for an interview for the Acting I section of your choice. Sign up sheets for all sections of Acting I interviews will be posted on the Academic Bulletin Board in Shakespeare Alley of the HOP on Monday, September 11th at 8:30AM.

    Please note that time slots fill up very quickly, so you definitely want to sign...

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  • THE ELEANOR FROST AND RUTH AND LORING DODD STUDENT NEW PLAY FESTIVAL

    Performances are July 28-30 in the Bentley Theater

    Tickets available at the HOP Box Office.

    Our annual summer new play festival of award-winning one-act student plays will consist of:

    If It Isn’t You by Tess McGuinness ’18
    This winner of the Ruth and Loring Dodd Play...

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  • VOXFEST 2017

    Join us for our fifth consecutive year of VOXFEST! VoxFest is a festival for the development of innovative new projects initiated by Dartmouth alumni. Vox Theater will be in residence at Dartmouth July 1-8 collaborating on four new works-in-progress involving Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty.

    All the events below are *FREE* and open to the public.

    July 5 @ 7 pm at the BEMA: Vox...

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  • The Theater Department proudly welcomes Dr. Monica White Ndounou to its faculty! 

    Professor Ndounou will be joining us from Tufts University, where she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Drama and Dance and a faculty affiliate of American Studies, International Literary and Visual Studies, and Africana Studies. Her book, Shaping the Future of African American...

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  • On Monday, May 15th, 2017 at the Edison Ballroom in New York City, the New York Theatre Workshop honored its 25-year partnership with Dartmouth's Department of Theater at its annual spring gala. The ceremony was co-hosted by Rachel Dratch ’88 and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Numerous faculty, alumni and current Department of Theater students were in attendance. Current students and alumni performed in the celebration and contributed to this spectacular evening along with stars of the Broadway...

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