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Hampshire College Student Theatre Presents Fall 2018 Productions
A staple of the Theatre department at Hampshire is the Slotted season
Professor Mei Ann Teo Featured by American Theatre Magazine
Professor Teo was featured as one of six "people to watch"
Campus Events January - March 2018
Events include the touring Telluride Film Fest, lectures, the student-run Deaf Studies Conference, exhibits, performances by noted musicians, the annual Winter Dance Concert and more
Enter the Line, See Where it Leads You
From Non Satis Scire, The Hampshire College Alumni Magazine, Summer 2017
Student-Driven Theatre On Display in Hampshire’s Theatre Board
A committee of students programs the College's theater season each year and oversees operations and budget
Experimental Dance Show by Dean Slepian and Collaborators To Premiere This Week
Slepian contributed interactive media and sculpture to the evening-length, multidisciplinary performance by the troupe Adele Myers and Dancers
Hampshire College Events: January-March 2017
Spring term 2017 begins with a range of campus events produced by students and faculty: plays, exhibits, concerts, lectures, and conferences
Hampshire College Events: October and November 2016
Events include a week dedicated to study, reflection, and discussion about our work on campus and in society to undo racism and support communities of color
Can Art Fight War?
Barskova, associate professor of Russian literature at Hampshire, is one of her country’s most famous poets, and 2015 winner of Russia’s oldest independent literary award, the Andrei Bely Prize
Q&A with Ass't Professor of Theatre Mei Ann Teo
Professor Teo chatted about reinvention, fearlessness, and kung fu–fighting dim sum.
Theatre Students Travel to NYC to See Alum Lupita Nyong'o in Eclipsed
Theatre students and faculty recently traveled to NYC to see alumna and Academy-Award winning actress Lupita Nyong’o perform off-Broadway in Eclipsed, which is set to have its Broadway debut in February.
Jorrell Watkins Authors A Choreopoem, from Harlem Race Riots to Black Lives Matter
A choreopoem is a creative vessel that can hold poetry, music, and movement, and it allows for a range of different arts that can be used in collaborative work.
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