Tickets for Current Season 2019

All Senior Thesis Festival events are free!

Each will take place in the Minor Latham Playhouse, Milbank 118 on the Barnard campus.

Please note that each event is ticketed separately.

Three senior Theatre majors present their theses in directing, which run in repertory in the first of two installments of Senior Thesis Festival 2019. 

 

 

WEEKEND I: SENIOR THESES IN DIRECTING

Thursday, April 25, 2019

7 PM | Trifles
by Susan Glaspell
Directed by Anna Sophia Moskowitz
Dramaturgy by Dara Diamond
 
8 PM | pool (no water)
by Mark Ravenhill
Directed by Nick Hermesman
Dramaturgy by Genevieve K. Henderson
 
9 PM | The Spirit of Man
by Peter Barnes
Directed by Xander Browne

Friday, April 26, 2019
 

7 PM | The Spirit of Man
by Peter Barnes
Directed by Xander Browne

8 PM | Trifles
by Susan Glaspell
Directed by Anna Sophia Moskowitz
Dramaturgy by Dara Diamond

9 PM | pool (no water)
by Mark Ravenhill
Directed by Nick Hermesman
Dramaturgy by Genevieve K. Henderson
 
Saturday, April 27, 2019
 
7 PM | pool (no water)
by Mark Ravenhill
Directed by Nick Hermesman
Dramaturgy by Genevieve K. Henderson
 
8 PM | The Spirit of Man
by Peter Barnes
Directed by Xander Browne
 
9 PM | Trifles
by Susan Glaspell
Directed by Anna Sophia Moskowitz
Dramaturgy by Dara Diamond

 

Design, performances, and management by Barnard and Columbia students. Advised by Theatre Department faculty members Alice Reagan and Kara Feely.

Questions?
theatre@barnard.edu

Sponsored by
Barnard College Department of Theatre
Columbia University Major in Drama & Theatre Arts

Weekend II: Senior Theses in Solo Performance and Playwriting

Friday, May 3, 2019

4:30 PM | Research Presentations Milbank 328
The Embodiment of Black Hair As an Identity Politic, and the Black Female Body in Black Theatre by Sierra Douglas
The Cost of Becoming Ely: Crossing the Racial Divide through Indigenous Philosophy by Laurence R. Parker

 

6:00 PM | Solo Performances
The Senior Thesis Festival / Solo Performance program is a single event that includes five student artists:
A Formal Public Acknowledgment of Allegiance to Zachary David Alexander Efron by Sarah Cook
Storytime by Arielle Sarina Firestone
Shakespeare's Sister by Brooke Henzell
Four Women, if you know you know by Karira, Rũgũrũ
Let's Get Political by Rachel Lamble Winton
 
 

Saturday, May 4

3:30 PM | Staged Reading                                                                            
A Last Resort by Rudy R. Rodriguez

4:30 PM | Staged Reading
Ithaca by Kevin Lee Christensen

6:00 PM | Solo Performances
The Senior Thesis Festival / Solo Performance program is a single event that includes five student artists:
A Formal Public Acknowledgment of Allegiance to Zachary David Alexander Efron by Sarah Cook
Storytime by Arielle Sarina Firestone
Shakespeare's Sister by Brooke Henzell
Four Women, if you know you know by Karira, Rũgũrũ
Let's Get Political by Rachel Lamble Winton