Frost & Dodd Play Festival Winner: Maia Matsushita '13

 Maia Matsushita '13 is a member of the class of 2013 from White Plains, New York. She is a Cultural Anthropology major, and a Theater minor. At Dartmouth, she appeared in the Theater Department's 2011 production of RENT and was involved in the 2012 PRIDE Week Theater Festival. She discovered her love of playwriting through Playwriting 1 and Advanced Playwriting with Professor Sutton during her junior year, and will be taking Dramatic Storytelling this coming fall. Beyond theater, Maia also participates in the arts at Dartmouth through her involvement with the Dartmouth Rockapellas, an all-female a cappella group that spreads messages of social justice through song. Maia is pursuing her love for the performing arts as an intern at Rosie's Theater Kids in NYC this summer, as well as as a volunteer at the Weathervane Theater's summer theater camp. She hopes to continue writing plays in the future.

A fast-paced romantic comedy about what happens when you say those three magical words—and then take them back.

SAT | JUL 28 | 8 PM
Fully produced Dodd Contest Winning Play
HIGHER GROUND by Maia Matsushita '13
Directed by Peter Hackett
Post-performance discussion

SUN | JUL 29 | 7 PM
Staged readings of both Frost Plays, followed by Dodd Play
Individual tickets $4
Dartmouth students $2
All other students $3
HOP Box Office 646-2422