theater

Restoration-era England a vehicle for Kushner farce

By ISABELLA DELEO & MARGARET YAP – 8 years ago

Philaletheis, a Vassar student theater organization, will soon be producing the five-act play Hydriotaphia, or The Death of Dr. Browne, a modern-day farce loosely based on the life of Sir…

Weild restores 1700s court society

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

Corsets, swords, musicality and betrayal will transform the Martel Theater into a decadent Elizabethan stage for the Drama Department’s fall production, The Way of the World. The show will premiere…

Greek tragedy humanizes warfare

By VICTORIA YOUNGBLOOD AND CHRIS GONZALEZ – 8 years ago

One Sunday, Nov. 3, the Chapel breathed with the life of ancient Greek theatre. “Theater of War,” a group dedicated to drawing attention to issues surrounding soldiers returning from war…

‘Not Anonymous’ draws on new voices, personal stories

By SAMANTHA KOHL – 8 years ago

Unbound, Vassar’s own experimental, non-hierarchical group, will be holding true to its goal of producing inventive student theater through a new production entitled “Not Anonymous.” The group will perform “Not…