Matt Stein

Born and raised in the suburban wilderness of the Chicagoland area, Matt is a Junior Drama major with an undeclared correlate in British Literary Studies and enjoys books and stuff. Besides writing for the Misc's Arts and Feaures sections, he also wastes half of his free time trying to convince others to join his two clubs, Working Titles (a working title) and Casual Improv, so far to no avail. Ask him about London.

Senior Retrospective: Matt Stein

By – 7 months ago

Since this is my senior retrospective and will be handed out during commencement, I should make a few things clear to my family first. 1. I’m bi. It’s not technically…

Stroker defies ableist limitations

By – 10 months ago

When Ali Stroker was growing up, she had a dream of being on Broadway. Already a challenging feat, Stroker’s goal seemed even further away since she was confined to a…

Why artists do the play

By – 1 year ago

Art, in its essence, is a collaborative process. Even if one person produces the art, there’s still a shared experience created between the artist and the spectator. In theatre, this…

Seniors take final VC bows

By – 2 years ago

Theatre is an inherently collaborative art. The final product on opening night is a team effort, the combined vision of dedicated directors, designers, actors and stage managers. Here at Vassar,…

Workshop educates about trans allyship

By – 2 years ago

In the age of increasing social media presence, we can often denote activism with ‘slacktivism,’ passively supporting an issue without actually taking efforts to make a change. In general, though,…