A festival for the development of innovative new projects initiated by Dartmouth alumni. Vox Theater (www.voxtheater.org) will be in residence at Dartmouth from June 29-July 7, collaborating on seven new works with Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty.
BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
DIRECTED BY GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ '13
Pictured: Ben Page '12 as Tye, Chris Gallerani '15 as Playwright, Margot Yecies '15 as Jane,
& Bryan Thomson '16 as Director
A variety of Student Productions are presented every term. Student Productions are student planned, produced, directed and designed, with mentoring by the Theater faculty. Shows are presented in our black box theater, the Warner Bentley Theater or in the Moore Theater. Use of the Bentley for Student Productions is open to theater majors as well as other extracurricular student theater groups on campus. Students are required to present their proposals to the faculty for approval at the beginning of each term. Other student produced productions include the Ten-Minute Play Festival and WiRED, the 24 hour playwriting experience. Both occur every quarter.
RECENT STUDENT PRODUCTIONS
WINTER 2013 - THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND by Tom Stoppard, directed by Nick O'Leary '14
FALL 2012 - I NEVER GET DRESSED TILL AFTER DARK ON SUNDAYS by Tennessee Williams, directed by Gabriel Rodriquez '13
SUMMER 2012 - FROST AND DODD PLAY FESTIVAL
SPRING 2012 - RUSSIAN ROMANCE by Murphy Guyer, directed by Veronica Haakonsen '12
WINTER 2012 - DEAD MAN'S CELL PHONE by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Maria Carolan '12
FALL 2011 - THE WOMAN IN BLACK, adapted by Stephen Mallatratt, directed by Veronica Haakonsen '12
Last Updated: 2/22/13