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Theatre dept stages musical revue on a shoestring

There’s a new musical coming up — but you might not get the plot. The Binghamton University theatre department is trying something new with “The World Goes ‘Round,” a musical revue of...


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Telling a new tale of Robin Hood with 'Marian'

The Hinman Production Company (HPC) will transport its audience to Nottingham, England this weekend as they perform “Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood.” The play is a modern retelling of...


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Theatre Department’s studio show to explore race, class and gender through comedy

Binghamton University is no stranger to smart people, but on Friday, the phrase will take on a whole new meaning. “Smart People,” a contemporary dramatic comedy, will premiere in Studio B/Gruber Theater...


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'The Liar' mixes lies and love in Watters Theater

Before you even know what the play is about, the title, “The Liar,” is enough to draw you in. That’s all the show’s director, theatre professor Thomas Kremer, needed. “Lying is pretty...


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Theatre department brings 'Jazz Nutcracker' back to the stage for second year

If you’re looking for an excuse to take a study break this weekend, “Jazz Nutcracker” might be the perfect escape. “Jazz Nutcracker” is the Binghamton University theatre department’s take on the classic...


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The buzz about 'Spelling Bee'

Take a trip out of Vestal and enter Putnam County this weekend at Hinman Production Company’s (HPC) production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Filled with upbeat musical numbers and...


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'Belleville' examines race, relationships, immigration

From the first moment of “Belleville,” tension is palpable, shocking and disconcerting. The play opens to modern French reggae and a series of fights between Abby and Zach, where the lines between...


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BU junior uses Shakespeare to combat anxieties

With the help of faculty at Binghamton University and a professional theatre company in the Berkshires, one BU junior has created a play to explore the fears within student experiences. Margaret Leisenheimer...


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Mainstage brings the 19th century to the present

“We need another act,” and so begins Act 2 of “Lady Windermere’s Fan.” In this Binghamton University Mainstage play, nothing is left unsaid. The farcical Oscar Wilde play revolves around the complicated...


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Professor stars in one-woman play

Art in its most effective form shares the artist’s perspective on the world — and Elizabeth Mozer has managed to create a play that does just that. Mozer, a professor in the...