SUMMER SPOTLIGHT: Production Stage Management in Rhode Island with Alex Tawid Di Maggio

Alex Tawid Di Maggio (BFA ’23, Stage and Production Management) is spending the summer in Providence, Rhode Island as the Production Stage Manager for La Mancha presented at Trinity Rep/Rhode Island Latino Arts. On July 23, she’ll be taking over our Instagram Stories to give […]

Summer Spotlight: Company Management at CATF with Carleigh Allen

Carleigh Allen (BFA ’23, Stage and Production Management) is spending the summer in Shepherdstown, West Virginia as the Company Management Intern at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival. On July 8, she’ll be taking over our Instagram Stories to give us an inside look at a day in her company management life!

Summer Spotlight: Alum Angelika Menendez is Assistant Directing at Reagle Music Theatre

Angelika Menendez (BFA ’20, Theatre & Performance) is spending part of her summer as Assistant Director for Reagle Music Theatre’s production of West Side Story. On Tuesday, July 5 she’ll be taking over our Instagram Stories to give us an inside look at a day […]

INTERVIEWS WITH THE CAST | This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing

Coordinated and Compiled by Emeline Shepard, Dramaturg (This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing) What was your favorite fairy tale as a kid?Alieyah Brown (Narrator): My favorite was The Princess and the Frog or the Tangerine Bear.Shannon Booth (Lady): My favorite fairy […]

Blog Post from the Dramaturg | Interior of the Artist Without Her Sister

By Dena Roncone, Production Dramaturg (NewFest New Play Workshop: Interior of the Artist Without Her Sister) The Interior of the Artist Without Her Sister gives the audience a view into Modernist painter Vanessa Bell’s imagination as she is plunged into the past and struggles to […]

Dramaturg’s Note for “Amanuensis, or The Miltons” by L M Feldman

By Henry Aceves, Production Dramaturg (NewFest New Play Workshop: Amanuensis, or The Miltons) Our playwright, L, describes Amanuensis, or The Miltons as “a tale, a grapple, a loosely-historically-based feminist fantasia.” The most common association I have with the word “tale” is with a fairy tale: […]