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A Playwright Returns to Her Roots

Alena Smith ’02 was in the audience last week for a staged reading of her play, The Lacy Project, which had an all-student cast and was directed by her former classmate Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Writing Christian DuComb ’01. Continue reading

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Alumni Theater Troupe Recognized by Philly Weekly

The Groundswell Players, the DIY, experimental theater group of Ali King ’09, Jack Meaney ’09, Jesse Paulsen ’09 and Scott Sheppard ’06, was recognized in the current issue of Philadelphia Weekly as one of things that “make Philly what it is.” Their third and latest show, The Speed of Surprise, will premiere at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September. Continue reading

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An Alumna’s Tasty Shakespeare Project

The Missoula Oblongata, an experimental theater company co-founded by Sarah Lowry ’05, is presenting its fourth collaborative Shakespeare project, a five-company re-imagining of Antony and Cleopatra (complete with desserts), this week in a secret location. Continue reading

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