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Jose Joaquin Garcia, Patricia Herrera and Jesse A. Myers lead a workshop on Theater and Social Justice

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Department of Theater
Dartmouth College
6204 Hopkins Center
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-3104
Fax: 603-646-1757
Email: Department.of.Theater@Dartmouth.EDU
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A festival for the development of innovative new projects initiated by Dartmouth alumni.

Vox Theater ( will be in residence at Dartmouth from June 29-July 7, collaborating on seven new works with Dartmouth students, alumni and faculty.
Wednesday, July 3 – Hood Museum @ 8 PM
Vox Barter, A thematic collage of new work by Sarah Hughes '07 and Rachel -Karpf '07 directed by Sarah Hughes '07 (Reading)

Friday, July 5 – Bentley @ 6 PM
By So Falling written and directed by Thom Pasculli '05 (Staged Reading)

Friday, July 5 – Bentley 8 PM
Jimmy Carter's Table by Hillary Miller '02 directed by Niegel Smith '02 (Reading)

Saturday, July 6 -- Moore @ 3 PM
Oneida, A New Musical by Beth Blatt '79 directed by Marina McClure '04 (Staged Reading)

Saturday, July 6 – Bentley @ 6 PM
Strange Bare Facts by Kate Mulley '05 directed by Kyle Ancowitz '98 (Reading)

Saturday, July 6 – Bentley @ 8 PM
Judg[ment(al)] by Karisa Bruin '05 directed by Mike Brunleib (Staged Reading)
Presentations of these works-in-progress are free and open to the public. For more information please visit the Theater Department website. (

This program is organized by The Department of Theater and is generously supported by the Office of Alumni Relations, the Office of the Dean of Faculty, and the Office of the President and the Office of the Provost as part of Dartmouth's Year of the Arts initiative.


Get a ringside seat for the creation of new American theater: in its 22nd summer residency at Dartmouth, New York Theatre Workshop brings New York theater professionals to Hanover to present readings of six new works-in-progress.

Sat | Aug 3 | 5 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
written & directed by Aaron Mark | performed by Tom Hewitt
Marcus Sharp, a onetime New York actor, recounts in gruesome detail how his obsessions with a man named Jason and the myth of Medea lead to horrific, unspeakable events.

Sat | Aug 3 | 8 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
by Jackie Sibblies Drury | directed by Eric Ting
Two women (the mother and the girlfriend of a conceptual artist who has vanished) search for clues in his overwhelming body of work.

Sat | Aug 10 | 5 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
created and performed by Kyle De Camp
A meditation on perception, public policy and the significance of the buildings in which we live.

Sat | Aug 10 | 8 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
by TheaterCAN | written by Ido Bornstein | directed by Shlomo Plessner
Welcome to the world of Tal, a set designer for TV commercials. On an empty stage she designs perfect sets for perfect television commercials. She'll do anything to fulfill her father's dream—to become a world renowned artist.

Sat | Aug 17 | 5 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
by Sheila Tousey | directed by Betsy Richards
A funny and passionate tale of one woman's efforts to dine with her demons and heal her hungry heart.

Sat | Aug 17 | 8 pm | Warner Bentley Theater
by Gabriel Jason Dean | directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar
Aaron is an American documentary filmmaker who has come to Northern Afghanistan to shoot a documentary about bacha bazi (literally translated "boy play")—an ancient Afghan tradition in which young boys dress in women's clothing and dance for wealthy warlords at parties. Afterwards, the boys are prostituted to the highest bidder.

Meet-the-Artists Brown Bag Lunch Presentations
Tue | Jul 30, Aug 6 & 13 | 12 pm | Warner Bentley Theater | Free


BIG LOVE by Charles Mee

"Big Love is a play by American playwright Charles L. Mee. Based on Aeschylus's The Suppliants, it is about fifty brides who flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. The play takes the plot of the original Greek play into modern times, including such details as having the grooms ambush the brides by helicopter. While the brides and grooms wait for their wedding day, the characters raise issues of gender politics, love, and domestic violence." - Wikipedia
Director: Tazewell Thompson
Set design: Georgi Alexi-Meskhishvili
Costume design: Laurie Churba Kohn
Lighting design: Stephen Quandt

Dates of Performance:
November 8, 9, 14, 15, & 16 @ 8:00 pm
November 10 & 17 @ 2:00 pm
Moore Theater

Last Updated: 2/17/14