In the first installment of Senior Thesis Festival 2012, students present The Blind, The Long Goodbye and Gloryday, each directed by a senior theatre major.
Assistant Professor Hana Worthen and acclaimed theater director Kristian Smeds discuss the problems of “translation nationalism” as treated in his play Mental Finland.
Barnard College welcomes celebrated playwright, actor, and essayist Wallace Shawn.
Theatre professor and Global Symposia fellows to visit Sangli, India, where a collective of sex workers uses performance to fight AIDS and stand up for women’s rights.
There’s a war in heaven, God is dying, and he’s taking the universe with him: this is the premise of José Rivera’s 1993 Obie-Award winning play.
Professor Helene Foley of Barnard's department of Classics and Ancient Studies, explores the ways in which Julie Ward Howe reimagines this famous Greek tragedy.
The one-man play, written and performed by David Greenspan, explores the non-artist's take on categorizing, dissecting, and defining art for the rest of us.