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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...


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'Guys and Dolls' rocks the boat at Watters Theater

Binghamton University’s theatre department will take you back in time with “Guys and Dolls,” the fall musical of the 2018-19 Mainstage season premiering this Friday. The production is directed by Anne Brady,...


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Dickinson Community Players to perform first show of the semester

Intrigued by thriller dramas and suspense, Dickinson Community Players (DCP) are performing “And Then There Were None” for their first play of the semester. Based on Agatha Christie’s 1939 eponymous novel, this...


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Theatre department debuts 'Revolutionary' women

Binghamton University’s theatre department begins its 2018-19 Mainstage season with “The Revolutionists,” a historical comedy written by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Tom Kremer, a professor of theatre. The story is based...


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Political theatre takes center stage at First Congregational Church

When it comes to public theatre, there are many topics that are considered to be taboo. Topics like sex, religion and violence are often avoided onstage, but possibly the most taboo topics...


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Preview: Campus theatre this fall

For those new to Binghamton University — and maybe some returning — there is a need to explore everything the school offers outside of classes. Whether that includes clubs, sports events, concerts...