Devised theater investigates complexity of human relations

By SABRINA OH – 8 years ago

Unbound, Vassar College’s experimental theater group will present “Park Closes After Dusk,” a student–devised production this upcoming weekend, through Dec. 3 to 5. The di­rector of this theater piece, John…

All-women theater troupe travels to Russia on Shiva stage

By CONNOR MCILWAIN – 8 years ago

Idlewild’s cast and crew have performed as the only Vassar all-female theater ensemble since 2007. This year, they will be putting on “The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls,” beginning May…

Unity in difference: international students’ devised play

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 8 years ago

Something powerful happens when people use art to highlight unity as well as difference, an attribute which ten international Vassar students have been able to achieve through theater. “Aftertaste,” a…

Toil and trouble: Londoners spotlight humor in Macbeth

By YIFAN WANG – 9 years ago

Five actors performing a Shakespeare play–how does that work? Actors From The London Stage, one of the oldest touring Shakespeare theater companies in the world, might have an answer to…

Movement drives plot of Unbound play


Friday, Dec. 5 kicks off a weekend full of theater and arts productions at Vassar. Beginning at 7 p.m. in the Kenyon Club Room, it will also launch the weekend…

Through gender bending, Merely Players revise fall show

By EMMA ROSENTHAL – 9 years ago

Merely Players, a student-run theater organization, will bring their gender-bending adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s play, “An Enemy of the People” to life on the Mug floor. The show premieres on…

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