skidmore theater living newsletter
Kiersten Simpson ’27 takes a closer look at Max McGuire’s farcical “Preaching To The Choir”, marking the season’s first Playwright’s Lab.
Writer Max McGuire ’24 talks with Visiting Lecturer Laura Menzie about her early experiences in the theater and the life of a working actor.
Check out our interview with Dr. Diego Villada, Guest Scholar Artist-in-Residence for Stage Combat!
Editor-in-Chief Reyn Ricafort (’25) writes a critique on Skidmore Theater’s second lab show “The Thugs”.
Max McGuire (’24) deconstructs Skidmore Theater’s Fall ’23 Black Box: [RE]MAKING
Check out the trailer for our Fall 2023 Black Box production of After [RE]MAKING!
Sylvie Robinson (’27) ponders on the barren world of Skidmore’s first Fall ’23 lab show, “Edie and Mae”.
Check out highlights from this year’s Arts Quad Party celebrating the arts at Skidmore! Video by Bailey Gerson
Isadora Zucker (’25) dissects Skidmore Theater’s Spring 2023 Playwright’s Lab “Standard Procedure” by Sophie Kelly (’25).
Editor-in-Chief Reyn Ricafort (25′) takes a closer look at the opulence and camp of the Spring ’23 Mainstage Production “After Jane”.
Ellery Shea (’25) dives into the darkly hilarious “Horse Girls”, the JKB’s second lab show of the semester.
Staff writer Mary MacKeen ’23 interviews Skidmore Theater’s visiting artist-in-residence in Playwriting Lanxing Fu.
Isadora Zucker (’25) explores the absurdist world of the Seminar Staged Reading of “Inching Towards Yeolha”.
An interview with Aniko Szucs, Skidmore Theater’s visiting assistant professor, conducted by staff writer Max McGuire ’24.
Max McGuire (’24) reflects on the Spring ’23 Blackbox: The Place That Made You
Student Will Moyer Laurin ’25 reflects on the JKB’s first studio lab “The Great Impresario Boris Lermontov Would Like to Invite You to Dinner” by Tristan B. Willis.
STLN STAFF 2022-2023
Editor-in-Chief: Reyn Ricafort ’25
Founding Editor: Gabe Cohn ’16