The Department of Theatre & Dance took the classics into bold new territory with four fall productions that ventured outside of the mainstream.
Spring arts events offer opportunities to see the world differently and engage the world in new ways.
Using his acting training at Dickinson, Vincent Paterson '72 created a career as a globally acclaimed choreographer who's worked with superstars in music, film and live theatre.
Martha Lester Harris ’77 credits Dickinson’s liberal-arts education for her ability to adapt to new technology, new markets, new roles and new challenges.
After retiring from a corporate career, singer Kathryn Engle '71 got back to her first love, the stage.
A performance created specifically for the Carlisle Theatre, and inspired by its history, takes audiences through different spaces inside that Carlisle gem and explores those spaces across time.
Former theatre arts major Shamus “Hunter” McCarty promotes social change as an actor, producer and director.
Dickinson will present multiple performances of the immersive, multimedia show "PROJECT 3."
It's the apocalypse! (D'oh!) What do we do now? In this darkly comic play, survivors retell a 'Simpsons' episode ("excellent!") and a new culture begins.
Lakota/Kiowa and Apache storyteller, artist and activist Dovie Thomason will deliver an origin story of the Wild West myth from an underrepresented perspective.
Dickinson will present Kate Hamill’s vivacious adaption of the Jane Austen classic, Pride and Prejudice.
Musical-theatre lyricist Christyn Budzyna '11 presented her musical, Baked Goods, in the prestigious Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Festival in August, just weeks after she married her librettist.
From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
A work in progress blending genre, form and time, "PARADIZ'D" is inspired by the first book of "Paradise Lost."
Dickinson’s Department of Theatre & Dance and the Dance Theatre Group present an evening of new choreographic research that spans styles, from tap to Latin fusion to modern.
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