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Review of The Laramie Project

BY KELLIE-ANN MAXWELL // APRIL 21 2016 // Over the weekend, Curry Theatre put on a wonderful production of The Laramie Project, written by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. The play is told through a series of interviews; it chronicles the story of the murder of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay student that attended the University […]

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Hate Crime: Fliers for Upcoming Play Vandalized

BY KATELYNN STALABOIN // APRIL 13, 2016 // An alleged hate crime was committed on Curry College’s campus in relation to the upcoming spring theater production. On Friday, April 8, fliers for the school’s upcoming play “The Laramie Project” were vandalized with anti-gay slurs and inappropriate drawings in two different academic buildings, Hafer and AAPC. The play reenacts the murder […]

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Review of Student-Written New Plays Festival

BY KELLIE-ANN MAXWELL // MARCH 10, 2016 // The New Plays Festival took place March 5-7, showcasing four student-written plays: Family Jewels by Jillian DeSousa, Happy Birthday, Baby Girl by Shelbi Chandler, Lunch Date by Shelby Adams, and Vincent’s Fables by Jameson Vogel. Family Jewels, directed by Professor David Miller, was the first play performed and was a brilliant way […]

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A Look Behind the Curtain of the New Plays Festival

Professor Nina Hofman’s Photojournalism class stopped by the Keith Auditorium for a behind the scenes look at the production of some of Curry’s spring theater performances. The result? Lots of laughter, and some amazing photos. Be sure to attend this weekend’s New Plays Festival featuring student written plays. Original works include “Family Jewels” by senior Jillian DeSousa, “Happy Birthday Baby Girl” by […]

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Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

BY JOSEPH CAPOZZO // APRIL 30, 2015 // Entering the Keith Auditorium not knowing what to expect is what made this year’s Curry College Main Stage performance, of the Shakespearean classic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” so extravagant and beautiful. A more knowledgeable theater attendee might have noticed something slightly different about the famous comedy. In the first few lines, the […]