The cast of "A Flea in Her Ear"

The entire cast of A Flea in Her Ear.

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October 2015: Pocatello

Eddie manages a struggling chain restaurant of the type that is part of the generic sprawl of small cities across America.  He wishes for it to be the kind of place that brings people together, but it doesn’t seem to be able to work that way—even for his own family.  As the challenged waiters struggle to meet the demands for never-ending breadsticks, gluten-free pasta and emergency cleanup of all types, Eddie tries to connect with something real.  This brand new, darkly comic play from one of America’s most promising emerging writers brings a distinctive, contemporary voice to our stage.   


Friday, October 30 (8pm)
Saturday, October 31 (8pm)
Monday, November 2 (8pm)
Tuesday, November 3 (8pm)

Mathers Theatre, Holland Union Building
Regular Admission: $7
Student Admission with ID: $5

November 2015: Movement Matters

The Department of Theatre and Dance and the Dance Theatre Group, present Movement Matters, an exploration of the ways that movement instigates change.
From the physics of ballet to the migration patterns of our personal histories, Movement Matters promises to be a night of exhilarating dance.

Works choreographed by guest artist Shani Collins-Achille, professor of dance at Connecticut College and formerly a dancer with Urban Bush Women and Ronald K.Brown, Sarah Skaggs, director of dance, and  Erin Crawley-Woods, assistant professor of dance.


Friday, November 20 (8pm)
Saturday, November 21 (8pm)
Sunday, November 22 (2pm)

Mathers Theatre, Holland Union Building
Regular Admission: $7
Student Admission with ID: $5

December 2015: Freshman Plays

TBD

The Cubiculo Theatre, above the Carlisle Theater on High Street
FREE admission. (Seating is based on a first-come first-served basis.)

February 2016: Big Love

Big Love is a play by American playwright Charles M. Lee based on Aeschylus's The Suppliants.  In a 2003 interview with Open Stages newsletter, Mee said, "I wanted to go back to what some people thought was one of the earliest plays of the Western World, which is The Suppliant Women, and see how that would look today. See if it still spoke to the moment, and of course it does. It’s all about refugees and gender wars and men and women trying to find what will get them through the rubble of dysfunctional relationships, and anger and rage and heartache."  

Friday, February 26 (8pm)
Saturday, February 27 (8pm)
Monday, February 29 (8pm)
Tuesday, March 1 (8pm)

Mathers Theatre in the Holland Union Building
Regular Admission: $7
Student Admission with ID: $5

April 2016: Freshworks 2016

Student choreographers team up with the Dance Theatre Group (DTG), Dickinson's student dance company, to present a program of dynamic new dance works. DTG is under the direction of Professor Sarah Skaggs; Director of Dance.

Friday, April 29  (8pm)
Saturday, April 30 (8pm)
Sunday, May 1 (2pm)

Mathers Theatre, Holland Union Building
Regular Admission: $7
Student Admission with ID: $5