Dan Kotlowitz

Spotlight on Cabaret: Designers, Cast, and More

The Department's Fall 2017 MainStage production of Cabaret is here! The rehearsal process is at an end, the design components have come togethe, and the audience members are headed to their seats. The production has been in the spotlight throughout the fall with a myriad of articles and features highlighting different aspects of the creative process and various members of the cast.

Daniel Kotlowitz, the Leon E. Williams Professor of Theater

Dan Kotlowitz a lighting and projection designer and professor of theater who has taught at Dartmouth for 20 years, and is currently chair of the theater department. His designs for more than 200 professional productions have been seen in theaters throughout New York City and around the country, as well as in nearly a dozen European countries, from Paris and London to Lithuania, Norway, and Greece. At Dartmouth he has been a Melville Straus Fellow and a Petit Family Fellow, and in 2008 he was awarded the John M. Manley Huntington Memorial Award for outstanding teaching and research. Read more...https://now.dartmouth.edu/2015/09/top-their-game-meet-dartmouths-new-end...




Fall MainStage Production:

Don Juan Comes Back From the War

Translation by Christopher Hampton of Ödön von Horváth’s 1936 drama

Take a journey through a blasted, post-apocalyptic landscape with one of history’s most notorious lovers as he searches for his lost love...but encounters a new kind of woman! A darkly comic classic, Don Juan Comes Back from the War is a timeless tale of epic tragedy and scintillating humor.


BILL CLARKE set design

LAURIE CHURBA costume design

DAN KOTLOWITZ lighting design

DAVID REMEDIOS sound design

VERONICA BURT '16 stage management

Performance Dates were  November 6-15 in the Moore Theater.