Posted in Beyond Campus on September 9, 2015
An unusual musical theatre project in LA brings together two alumni for an exhilarating leap into the unknown.
Posted in On Campus on March 5, 2015
The Denison Theatre Department presents “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 17, 2015
Wishing Hal Holbrook ’48 a happy 90th birthday.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 6, 2015
Playwright Jeffrey Hatcher ’80 has found more than one way to bring stories alive.
Posted in On Campus on December 5, 2014
“Rent, The Musical” is the latest production for Singer’s Theatre Workshop.
Posted in On Campus on November 14, 2014
A man, a woman, true love, and a carnivorous plant.
Posted in On Campus on October 3, 2014
The Heidi Chronicles deals with issues of feminism through humor.
Posted in On Campus on July 23, 2014
A whole summer season of theatre started with a Facebook post and a little pasta.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 11, 2014
One summer scholar is finding that M*A*S*H can teach us plenty about history and war — but there’s a lot to learn about gender roles, too. Take, for example, “Hot Lips” Houlihan …
Posted in On Campus on May 5, 2014
A renowned professional dance company brings rigor, beauty, and poetry in two days of performance and workshops.
Posted in Beyond Campus on April 14, 2014
While many spring breakers across the nation were beach bound, the Burpee’s Seedy Theatrical Company headed for stages in the Windy City.
Posted in Academics & Research on March 6, 2014
The Department of Theatre presents “Malvolio,” a new play by Playwright-in-Residence Betty Shamieh.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 20, 2013
There’s birth, there’s death, and then there’s everything in the middle. Middletown, Denison Theatre’s recent production, explores life in between it’s two most defining moments.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 24, 2013
Sharon Siegel Carr ’73 and Carl Moellenberg ’74, a pair of Broadway producers, raked in the awards at this month’s Tonys.
Posted in On Campus on May 1, 2013
Artists gathered in Ace Morgan Theatre last week to celebrate the world of African dance, from traditional forms to pieces that explored some current—and complex—issues.
Posted in On Campus on March 13, 2013
A behind-the-scenes look at the dramatic production of “The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.”
Posted in Academics & Research on November 29, 2012
Denison’s newly digitized Historical Costume Collection showcases fashion from times gone by.
Posted in On Campus on October 9, 2012
The Department of Theatre turns to a classic in its latest production, “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
Posted in On Campus on September 25, 2012
Hal Holbrook ’48 entertained a rapt Denison crowd with intimate stories from his life, career and college days.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 24, 2011
Mikala Hansen ’07 has won the national award for playwriting excellence, and she’s just getting started.
Posted in On Campus on October 13, 2011
Students and Vail guest artist Dale Shields create a family of friends and a fascinating original play in only 28 days.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 28, 2011
Kaitlyn Grissom ’12 turns the Henrietta Marie, an English slave ship, into a shipwreck come to life.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 21, 2011
Katie Woods ’13 considers the role of drama in radio programming, and how it’s more popular in the U.K. than the U.S.A.
Posted in Beyond Campus on August 12, 2011
DEN Shots: Molly Coyne ’12 lighting up the stage this summer at Weathervane Playhouse in Newark.
Posted in Beyond Campus on July 25, 2011
We’ve got a playwright in Utah, a swim to Alcatraz, a specialty lacrosse store, and the Vintage Voices.
Posted in On Campus on April 12, 2011
Hither and thither with the Singer’s Theatre Workshop’s production of “Iolanthe.”
Posted in On Campus on February 28, 2011
The Drowsy Chaperone hit Denison Theatre’s stage with glitz, glam, music—and a few tough issues to think about.
Posted in Beyond Campus on February 11, 2011
Playwrights, bloggers, and disgruntled Packers fans?
Posted in Beyond Campus on December 15, 2010
Forty-four years ago, Mona Abboud ’58 cracked up America (and Johnny Carson) with one of the most memorable Tonight Show performances ever. And we’ve got the footage to prove it.
Posted in Beyond Campus on November 29, 2010
Check out “Denison in the Blogosphere” for the all the latest Denisonia on the interwebs.
Posted in Voices of Denison on November 24, 2010
Life is in the details for Christina Gorski ’12, who’s doing her off-campus study in the Big Apple this semester.
Posted in On Campus on November 5, 2010
With a single telephone, the Theatre Department lent its voice to the yearlong theme of “Technology and Community.”