Stage Season

2019-2020 Season

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Theatre Fall Show #1 2019

Fall 2019

Funnyhouse of a Negro and 
A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White
by Adrienne Kennedy
directed by Alice Reagan

In these two short, intense plays, a young African American protagonist embarks on voyages of the mind through her life, seeking to reconcile her racial heritage with a culture that rewards whiteness. Kennedy, a seminal writer of the Off-Broadway Movement and later, uses hallucinatory imagery to depict the fractured mental landscapes of her leading women, who are both autobiographical and shockingly contemporary. With an entr’acte by Jackie Sibblies Drury, winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
October 17th at 8pm

October 18th 8pm

October 19th at 3pm 

October 19th 8pm
Glicker Milstein Theatre, Diana Center LL200
Barnard College

All audiences to the Kennedy One Acts are invited to a reception with the cast on Friday, October 18th, following the performance in the Glicker-Milstein lobby.  Please join us to discuss the plays in an informal setting.

Men on Boats
by Jaclyn Backhaus
directed by Charise Greene

In 1869, John Wesley Powell led a group of 10 men down the Colorado River to chart its course. With only four boats, a month’s provisions, and plenty of moxie, these men risked life and limb, all in the name of Manifest Destiny. Based on Powell’s travel journals, this modern action adventure — performed by a cast of women — undertakes a comic and pointed exploration of American expansion.

December 5, 6, 7, 8pm
December 7, 3pm
Minor Latham Playhouse, Milbank Hall 118
Barnard College

Spring 2020

Town Hall
by Caridad Svich
directed by Rachel Karp
March 5, 6, 7, 8pm
March 7, 3pm
Minor Latham Playhouse, Milbank Hall 118
Barnard College

Senior Thesis Festival I
Senior Theses in Directing
April 23, 24, 25; 7, 8, and 9 pm
Minor Latham Playhouse, Milbank Hall 118

Senior Thesis Festival II
Senior Theses in Solo Performance
Senior Theses in Playwriting

May 1 and 2, times TBA
Minor Latham Playhouse, Milbank Hall 118