The fourth installment of STLN's Summer Spotlights is here and this time, there's a twist! How did Skidmore students continue to create art and persevere during the largely virtual COVID summer? Find out here through their own personal accounts.
"Radium Girls" is a dramatization of a tragic historical event. Meg Gray '22 examines how this play captures what happens when labor rights, scientific breakthroughs, and patriarchal institutions collide.
In our first of three student-directed Studio Labs this semester, Hannah Gross '21 looks at a failing relationship written by Audrey Cefaly. Staff writer Carrie Baker '20 examines the eroticism and power dynamics represented on stage.
We were so fortunate to have the Living Theatre do a weekend workshop with some students in or department. The footage is of some rehearsals and then the final performance/demonstration. Filmed and edited by Ellie Strayer and Max Grossman.
Skidmore students have many opportunities to experience new ways of thinking about theater thanks to visiting artists that come to campus every semester and hold workshops that allow students to collaborate and expand their understanding of art. As we look ahead to the exciting experiences this semester holds, let us also look back on previous […]
With the beginning of a new semester, some familiar faces have returned to campus after participating in study abroad programs. In this article, we hear from three students who each had different, but equally rewarding experiences.