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F. Eugene Romano '49, center, his wife Loretta Romano and President Joan Hinde Stewart, enjoy Heather Buchman's (left) performance.
Hamilton College Breaks Ground for New Theatre and Studio Arts Center

On the eve of the completion of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, groundbreaking for the College’s new theatre and studio arts center was celebrated on Friday, July 20. The theatre and studio arts center is part of an arts complex that includes the Wellin Museum of Art, the Molly Root House and a revitalized pond and landscaping.  More ...

Katherine Delesalle ’14 and Emily Delbridge ’13
Students Research Local School’s History for Upcoming Play

Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Andrew Holland first had the idea to create a theatrical piece with a focus on architecture after reading about a Berlin play which took inspiration from the Bauhaus architecture of the planned community at which it was performed. Holland brainstormed for locations to conduct a similar play at Hamilton College with Professor of Theatre Carole Bellini-Sharp, and the two decided the perfect location would be the Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School in the Cornhill section of Utica.  More ...

Hamilton Increases Campaign Goal to $133 Million

Hamilton College’s Bicentennial Initiatives campaign exceeded its $117 million goal 16 months ahead of its scheduled conclusion on June 30, 2013. The funds raised in the first two years of this brief three-year effort now surpass $119 million.  More ...

Arts Facilities Site Plan
Theatre, Studio Arts Facilities Get Green Light

Having approved design construction documents for a new theatre and studio arts building, the Board of Trustees on June 2 authorized the officers of the college to enter into a contract with Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corp. of Utica to build new studio arts and theatre facilities in an amount not to exceed $46.8 million. Construction will begin this month and completion of the building is expected in summer 2014.  More ...

Wynn Van Dusen (Electra), Michael Breslin as Orestes,Jonathan Higginbotham as John and Brian Evans as William. Back right: Nile Berry as Nod.
Scenes from Orestes 2.0

The spring theater production of Orestes 2.0 by Charles Mee debuted on April 12 in Minor Theater.  Directed by Professor of Theater Craig Latrell and featuring a cast of 14 Hamilton students, the production is a postmodern version of Euripides’ classical tragedy.  More ...

Andrew Holland
Holland's Design Featured in Mozart Opera

The Gotham Chamber Opera has revived their inaugural production of Mozart’s Il Sogno di Scipione in celebration of company’s 10-year jubilee season. Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Andrew Holland designed the scenery for the American stage premiere of the rare Mozart offering 10 years ago.  More ...

A scene from Hamilton's production of <em>Oresetes 2.0</em>.
Theatre Department Presents Spring Production Orestes 2.0

The Hamilton College Theatre Department will present its Spring Theater Production, Orestes 2.0 by Charles Mee. Performances will run Thursday, April 12, through Saturday, April 14, at 8 p.m., and Wednesday, April 18, through Saturday, April 21, at 8 p.m. There is an additional performance at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 14. All performances will take place in Minor Theater.  More ...

Nat Faxon '97 (left), with fellow writers Jim Rash and Alexander Payne.
Nat Faxon '97 Wins Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for The Descendants

Actor and screenwriter Nat Faxon ’97 won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Descendants during the Feb. 26 Academy Awards. The award, which he received with co-writers Alexander Payne and Jim Rash, is given to the writer of a screenplay adapted from another source (usually a novel, play, short story, or TV show but also sometimes another film). Faxon, who majored in theatre at Hamilton, started comedy troupe Bobby Peru. He was profiled in the Spring 2007 Alumni Review article “Roll Credits.”  More ...

The cast performs the opening number of John B. Davidson's
The Last Minstrel Show is Sensational

The M-Theatre production of The Last Minstrel Show by John D. Davidson concludes its run tonight with another sold-out performance.  The dinner-theatre show is a musical treatment of the 1920 lynchings of three black circus workers in Duluth. This 5th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day production is aimed at promoting diversity and serving as an entertaining way to educate on culture and history.  More ...

Construction continues at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art.
Construction of Wellin Museum Continuing As Planned

The construction of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, which began in mid-summer of 2011, is scheduled to be finished next August, according to Associate Vice President for Facilities and Planning Steve Bellona.

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