Now Onstage: Upcoming Productions

Honors Thesis Production, Spring 2019: The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie

By Tennessee Williams
May 9, 10 & 11 at 8:00 pm
The Bentley Theater

A Department of Theater Honors Thesis Production 
Directed by Kelleen Moriarty '19
$4 General Admission; tickets available at the Hop Box Office beginning Wednesday May 1

An iconic Tennessee Williams masterpiece, The Glass Menagerie holds a hallowed place in the American dramatic canon. This production grapples with the fragility of memory and identity and re-examines a classic depiction of disability on the American stage.

KELLEEN MORIARTY '19 director
JARED CAPE '21 scenic design
MYCHAELA ANDERSON '20 costume design
WILL MARESCO '19 lighting design
NAOMI AGNEW '20 sound design
MAYA FROST-BELANSKY '20 stage manager

Access to the Bentley Theater via the Hopkins Center’s main elevator; 
directions to the elevator will be available from the Moore Lobby.
Open Captioned.

Honors Thesis Performance, Spring 2019: Water Horse

Water Horse

an original work created and performed by Anne Furman '19
Sunday, May 19 @ 2:00 pm
At the Dartmouth Riding Center

A Department of Theater Honors Thesis Performance
FREE; Advance reservations required  (email Milena Zuccotti for details)

Inspired by the recent ecotheatre movement, Water Horse attempts to bridge the gap between human and nature through an exploration of how animals can participate in theatrical performance to tell a narrative of their own. It tells the story of the journey of a horse and a girl, as seen through the legend of the kelpie - a Scottish water horse that drowns unwary travelers. 

ANNIE FURMAN '19 creator and performer
BODIE THE HORSE performer

Honors Thesis Workshop Production, Spring 2019: Suspended

Suspended

an original work written and performed by Brooke Goldner '19
Friday & Saturday, May 24-25 at 9:00 pm
The Bentley Theater

A Department of Theater Honors Thesis Workshop Production
FREE Admission

When a girl’s acting teacher challenges her future as an actress, she is forced to take a deeper look at her past to determine what’s in her way of connecting to her characters.

BROOKE GOLDNER '19 writer and performer
KATIE LINDSAY '11 director
STEPHANIE EVERETT '19 stage manager