skidmore theater living newsletter
The Cagebirds by David Campton, directed by Tait Brencher ’23, performed as Studio Lab #3 of the fall semester. Article by staff writer Noah Greenfield ’24.
Skidmore Theater’s Playwright’s Lab program continues with a staged reading of Micah Pflaum’s (’23) original play “Destination Unknown”
A reflection on the JKB’s latest MainStage production, Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, written by Mary Mackeen ’24.
A review by staff writer Max Mcguire ’24 of the JKB’s second Studio Lab of the semester, “Cowboy Mouth” by Sam Shepard, directed by Will Davis-Kay ’23.
Staff writer Max McGuire ’24 reflects on the recent collaboration between Skidmore Theater and the Tang Teaching Museum.
A reflection by staff writer Carter Jones ’23 on Skidmore Faculty member John Michael DiResta’s adaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone
A reflection of our Fall ’22 Black Box production of Silent Sky written by Reyn Ricafort
This week, the Skidmore Theater Department staged its first Studio Lab of the Fall 2022 season: Edward Albee’s The Sandbox, directed by Liz Cohen (’23).
On April 22, Heddatron, written by Elizabeth Merriweather and directed by Dennis Schebetta, made its debut on Skidmore College’s Mainstage.
April 14th and 15th, Skidmore Theatre Department presented its second studio lab of the spring semester, 4.48 PSYCHOSIS, written by Sarah Kane and directed by Isaac DeMarchi (’23)
This past weekend, Skidmore Theater was honored to host a staged reading of El Mito De Mi Dolor or The Myth of My Pain, a new play written by visiting artist in residence Andrew Rincón and directed by Teisha Duncan.
March 24th and 25th marked the debut of Skidmore’s most recent student-directed Studio Lab: Luis Valdez’s Los Vendidos, directed by and starring Skidmore’s own Fabian Rodriguez (‘22).
This spring, Skidmore Theater did something different from their typical season by putting up two BlackBox productions in rep with each other: And Baby Makes Seven, written by Paula Vogel, and directed by Gemma Siegler, ‘22, and The Chaparral, written and directed by Tatsu Rivera ‘22.
Last weekend we closed our final lab of the season: “Swimming in the Shallows” by Adam Bock, directed by Tatsu Rivera ’22
On November 19, 2021, it was opening night for SOMEWHERE: A Primer for the End of Days by Marisela Treviño Orta, our first show on the mainstage since Radium Girls closed on March 5 last year.
Guest artists Rocío Mendez and David Anzuelo held an intensive workshop focusing on intimacy, violence, and anti-racism on stage
Last weekend our second studio lab of the season opened and closed: Twilight Bowl by Rebecca Gilman, directed by Gemma Siegler ’22
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