The Hotchner Festival brought three student plays to the stage this weekend.
“Sweat” puts the role of the working-class individual under a microscope and asks us the question: What would you do if you had to fight to survive?
Participants in Thyrsus’ event love the chance for experimentation and low-stakes commitments to theater.
After experimenting with outdoor theater last spring, the Performing Arts Department is back indoors this fall.
Virtual theatre is hit or miss, but the Black Rep’s “HOME” successfully captures the feeling of a live performance.
The final two Homecoming Voices virtual plays premiered over the weekend, bringing emotional material to an awkward performance.
All Student Theatre members have been rehearsing, building and sleeping on Brookings Quadrangle for weeks preparing for their upcoming show “Jerry Finnegan’s Sister.”
The PAD released two of its four Homecoming Voices virtual plays, “Solastalgia” and “The Nicest White People That America Has Ever Produced,” over the weekend.
“Covid Mysteries” brought live theater back to Wash. U. with an irreverent reinterpretation of Biblical history just in time for Easter Sunday.
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