Theater

HPC's 'If/Then' explores a life in two timelines

Have you ever found yourself wondering how your life would have turned out differently if you hadn’t switched majors, if you hadn’t pulled an all-nighter for a midterm or if you had...


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'A Man of No Importance' to open this weekend at Watters Theater

Binghamton University’s first mainstage musical of the year will bring audiences a taste of Ireland in “A Man of No Importance.” With music by Stephen Flaherty, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and a...


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'The Wolves' kicks off Mainstage season

This week, Binghamton University’s theatre department whisked audiences away into the world of soccer with its first Mainstage production of the year, a take on Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning play “The Wolves.” The...


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Students, alumni to produce 'activism theatre' in New York City

Since January, Cindy Dias and Charlie Chauca have been planning a play — and on Friday, the student-produced show, “Paper Towels,” is set to open at New York City’s International Arts Relations,...


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'The Burial at Thebes' to close spring Mainstage season

Starting on April 26, students can brush up on their ancient Greek fables with the Binghamton University Theatre Department’s Mainstage production of “The Burial at Thebes.” Written by Irish playwright Seamus Heaney...


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"In The Works" to showcase student-directed plays

Starting this Thursday, April 11, the Binghamton University Theatre Department will be presenting plays that are “In The Works” as part of their spring 2019 Studio Season. The event will showcase two...


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Mainstage production explores campus racism

This Friday, the Binghamton University Theatre Department will put on its first Mainstage production of the semester, “Baltimore.” With a plot focused on a racist incident in a college dorm, the play...


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DCP returns with 'The Vagina Monologues'

A cast of female characters ranging from all ages and sexual identities was celebrated at the Dickinson Community Players’ rendition of “The Vagina Monologues,” performed this past weekend in the Chenango Champlain...


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Traditional Christmas ballet gets jazzy

This past weekend, audiences were swinging through the land of sweets and walking in two-steps as the Watters Theater in the Anderson Center was transformed into a winter wonderland for “Jazz Nutcracker.”...


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HPC journeys 'Into the Woods' this weekend

Chances are we’re all familiar with the stories of “Cinderella,” “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Rapunzel.” These fairy tales have been told and retold for ages, ingraining themselves...