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Words, words, words with Tempest's director

Continuing the Hoots ongoing series of interviews with student directors, this week I had a chance to sit down with Dina Maron 08, director of Hold thy Peaces production of The Tempest, and ask her… Read More...

The Hoot gets Klasko's Goat

Continuing the series of Hoot interviews with student directors, I recently had a chance to sit down with the enormously busy David Klasko 07 and have a chat about the play he has been directing,… Read More...

Directing Laramie

This week Michael Carnow 07, director of Brandeis Ensemble Theatres production of The Laramie Project that will begin the Undergraduate Theatre Collectives mainstage season, was kind enough to spare a few minutes for an interview… Read More...

Director of FPTC premiere speaks to Hoot

This week, I had the chance to sit down and speak with Katie Nadworny 09, the director of the Free Play Theatre Cooperatives first production, Summer Evenings in Des Moines by Charles Mee. Hoot: Why… Read More...

Undergraduate directors and the plays they love

In an attempt to offer deeper insight into this Fall's theatrical offerings, each UTC mainstage director (as well as the director for Hold Thy Peace and the President for Boris Kitchen) was encouraged to submit… Read More...

FPTC provides new avenue for student theatre

This year, another new theatre group will be offering a series of plays to Brandeis audiences. The Free Play Theatre Collective (FPTC) was founded last year by Artistic Director Josh Mervis 08 and Managing Director… Read More...

The Water Children

Last weekend, Michael Carnow 07 made his second mainstage UTC effort as a director with Wendy McLeods The Water Children, a play tackling the incredibly sensitive issue of abortion. Many audience members were surely a… Read More...

Something old, something newundergrad theater preview

This article is dedicated to those who think there is nothing to do at Brandeis because this semesters undergraduate theater scene offers so much varietyfrom light, amusing comedies to politically-charged dramas and from Renaissance classics… Read More...

Perhaps not Broadway-ready, but an enjoyable evening nonetheless

Last weekend, The Two Orphans, penned by Theresa Rebeck (M.A. '83, M.F.A. '86, Ph.D. 89) with music by Kim D. Sherman and lyrics by Rebeck and John Sheehy (M.F.A. 89), began its world-premier run as… Read More...

Shakespeare, alive and well

Last weekend, Hold Thy Peace rocked Schwartz Auditorium with its production of William Shakespeares classic comedy Twelfth Night, directed by Stacy Lea Horowitz 07 and Sara Tess Neumann 07. Twelfth Night is a play rooted… Read More...
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