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A scene from Hamilton's production of <em>Woyzeck</em>.
Theatre Department Presents Woyzeck

The Hamilton College Theatre Department will present Georg Büchner’s 1836 classic Woyzeck, directed by Professor Carole Bellini-Sharp and translated by Carl Richard Mueller.  More ...

Kadahj Bennett '12
Bennett '12 Delves Into Black Male Identity

Societal pressures shape the way in which many young people develop into adulthood. In fact, cultural norms are so ubiquitous that there are few examples of people who truly break the mold. Kadahj Bennett ’12, an Emerson Summer Grant recipient, is working with Associate Professor of Theater Mark Cryer to create an interdisciplinary, innovative street theater performance piece, Letters to the Shadows in the Sky, on the male black identity in modern society.  More ...

Rem Myers '11
Rem Myers '11 Awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship

Rem Van Aiken Myers, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) to Indonesia.  More ...

A scene from the Theatre Department production of <em>Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes</em>.
Spring Theatre Production Premieres April 14

The Hamilton College Theatre Department announces the Spring Theater Production, Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Enters the Horse Latitudes, by Liz Duffy Adams. Performances will run  Thursday, April 14 –  Saturday, April 16, at 8 p.m., and Wednesday, April 20 – Saturday April 23 at 8 p.m. There is an additional performance at 2 p.m. on Sat., April 16. All performances take place in Minor Theater.  More ...

Lauren Lanzotti '14, Bill Sapsis, Gwen Suesse and Mary Lehner '12.
Technical Theatre Students "Stump the Rigger" at Competition

Three technical theatre students recently traveled to the U. S. Institute for Theatre Technology Conference in Charlotte, N.C.  Juan Hurtado ’11, Lauren Lanzotti ’14 and Mary Lehner ’12 took part in the four-day event where they sat in on lectures, demonstrations and Q&A forums with professionals in the theatre technology industry. Lanzotti and Lehner won the “Jack Suesse Memorial Stump-the-Rigger” competition.  More ...

Mark Cryer
Cryer Performs 99 at University of Akron

Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer performed his one-man show, 99 Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask an African American But Were Too Afraid to Ask, at the University of Akron on Feb. 9. While there he also taught a master class. Cryer created the play with a former student, Jared Johnson '02, who conducted interviews of people in New York City to arrive at the questions.  More ...

Andrew Holland
Holland Designs Don Giovanni in New Haven Production

Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater Andrew Holland is designing the scenery for a new production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. The opera will have its premiere on Feb. 11 at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Conn.   More ...

From left Ysmeryln Baez, Kyra Jackson and Rebecca Behrens in a scene from <em>Our Lady of 121st Street</em>.
Our Lady of 121st Street Draws Sell-Out Crowd

Hamilton’s 4th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day dinner theatre featured a sold-out presentation of Our Lady of 121st Street by Stephen Adly Guirgis. Directed by Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer, the M-Theatre production is dedicated to providing theatrical works that will both challenge and reaffirm the campus' many perspectives on race, religion and gender. Tuesday's show is a sell-out but seats remain for Wednesday, Jan. 19, in the Fillius Events Barn.  More ...

Slaughter City Explores Social Issues

The Hamilton College Theatre Department’s presentation of Naomi Wallace’s Slaughter City delved into numerous social issues during its November run in Minor Theater.  More ...

Slaughter City Continues Through Nov. 13

Performances of the Theatre Department’s production of Naomi Wallace’s Slaughter City will continue from Thursday, Nov. 11, through Saturday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m., in Minor Theater. The play is open to the public, and tickets cost $5 for adults, and $3 for senior citizens and students.  More ...

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