Theater

Finding home: 'The Wizard of Oz' makes new magic

While most are familiar with the tale of the yellow brick road, this semester’s Mainstage production of “The Wizard of Oz” takes more twists and turns than just a trip out of...


Theater

Hamilton Mixtape 2.0: Broadway soundtracks to try next

Though we all want to be in the “The Room Where it Happens,” most Binghamton University students will not have the chance to see “Hamilton: An American Musical” on Broadway in the...


Theater

Former Bearcat and dancer Bill T. Jones returns for Alumni Weekend performance

Characteristic to Jones’ other work, each piece utilized repetitive motions woven into elegant, yet often frenetic modern dance, and each work appeared to have a political undertone to it — much of ...


Theater

HPC's 'Godspell' puts parables into song

While a play with such religious undertones may seem polarizing at first, “Godspell” brings its lessons back to Earth, hitting at the core of what it means to be human. ...


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In student-directed show 'Problem Child,' theatre evokes discussion

The beauty of “Problem Child” lies in what is absent from it. Without song or dance numbers, and with only a few set pieces on stage, the performance of the cast members ...


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Theatre alumni take a second bow at weekend conference

The sessions held for the conference, which included directing and auditioning workshops and discussions of diversity in theatre, served to give the student audience an idea of where a theatre degree could ...


Theater

Theatre department gears up for Alumni Conference

With panel titles including “Unexpected places theater training can lead” and “Triple Threat x Two: Why musical theater is a great foundation for so much more,” an additional focus of the conference ...


Theater

Mainstage show focuses on faltering family bonds in 1930s Ireland

Music is one of the most critical aspects of the play, as, when the radio interrupts the scene, the actors convey a newfound buoyancy, momentarily forgetting about any hardship or argument the ...


Theater

Dark 'Fun' in Studio B

Possibly the most interesting aspect of the production is the sheer antithesis that exists within the realm of the play: though the play is titled “Fun,” every character appears to be individually ...


Theater

DCP performs 11th annual 'The Vagina Monologues'

The play is staged with little scenery and with rarely more than one person onstage at a time. This forces the audience to focus on and confront the stigmas about vaginas that ...