Summer 2015 Productions

Frost and Dodd Play Festival July 31st-August 2nd

The 2015 Eleanor Frost and Ruth and Loring Dodd Student New Play Festival will be held on Friday, July 31st-Sunday, August 2nd. The Frost winners, "In Another Country" by Mike McDavid '15 and "Slack Jambs" by Ashton Slatev '15 will be presented as readings on Friday, July 31st at 7:30 PM and again on Sunday, August 2nd at 5 PM. The fully-produced Dodd winner, "The Rosenbaum Twin Survival Musical Spectacular" by Elise Wien '17, will be presented on Saturday, August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd at  7:30 PM.  All performances will be in the Bentley Theater.

The Rosenbaum Twin Survival
Musical Spectacular

(August 1 @ 7:30 PM; August 2 @ 8 PM)

The Rosenbaum twins become trapped on a deserted island.  
Just how far are they willing to go to conquer their circumstance

Full production of Dodd Play, directed by Jamie Horton
Set Design by Julie Solomon ’17
Costume Design by Hannah Collman ’15
Lighting Design by Scott Silver and Megan Ong ’17
Sound Design by Sara Holston ’17
Dramaturgy by Samantha Lazar
Stage Management  by Naomi Lazar ’17

 

VOX THEATER ANNOUNCES VOXFEST 2015 PROJECTS

FREE WORKS-IN-PROGRESS - NEW THEATER PROJECTS INITIATED BY DARTMOUTH ALUMNI: VOXFEST!
wed, JUL 8, 7 pm - HOOD MUSEUM: VOX BARTER - A collage of new work by VoxFest artists
sat, JUL 11, 2 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - TWO NEW WORKS - Bench readings: The Special Election by Kate Mulley '05 and URANUS (a play about waste) by Vox Resident Artist Jeremy Pickard
sat, JUL 11, 7 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - TEAR A ROOT FROM THE EARTH - Staged reading: A new opera, music and lyrics by Johnny Walsh, book by John Bair '06 and directed by Marina McClure '04
sun, JUL 12, 2 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - MERCED DE PAPEL - Workshop presentation: An original dance and puppet performance co-created by Marisa Clementi '05 and Storm Thomas
sun, JUL 12, 7 pm - WARNER BENTLEY THEATER - THE CALAMITY - Staged reading: By Christopher Wall '92,  directed by Patrice Miller, with songs by Howard Fishman
Five new works featuring Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty