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Theatre department reflects on first show of season, “365”

Theatre department reflects on first show of season, “365”

The immersive show encouraged audience and cast members alike to step outside of the box
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter October 14, 2021

The theatre department’s first show of the season is “365 Days/365 Plays.” Trinity’s largely student-organized production goes through around 20 of the total 365 plays written by Suzan-Lori Parks,...

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

"365 Days/365 Plays,” directed by professor Kyle Gillett, comes to stage on Oct. 1
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter September 23, 2021

Rachel Joseph, associate professor for theatre, is directing the department’s second show of the fall semester, “Silent Retreat.” In preparing for this upcoming show, Joseph has not forgotten the...

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Your wardrobe reveals more than you think

Jodi Karjala September 11, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysDid you think about what to wear today, or did you just put on what was relatively clean and close at hand? If you thought about it, how long did you think? How many...

Dumping Darcy & Haunting Heathcliff

Dumping Darcy & Haunting Heathcliff

Aidan Carr April 11, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourThe production of “You on the Moors Now” sets to bring the Brotean and Austenian heroines readers love to the stage this weekend. The play follows the protagonists from...

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Let’s throw it to “The Wolves”

Georgie Riggs February 28, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookAt risk of sounding like your great aunt who thinks “Hamilton” might just be a “bit too political for her,” I miss the days when the Trinity mainstage...

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Trinity Theatre takes to the pitch

Noor Rahman February 21, 2019

Photos by Matthew ClaybrookBeginning this Friday, Trinity’s theater department will bring an award-winning and Pulitzer Prize finalist play, “The Wolves,” to its Stieren Theatre. A fast-paced...

(left to right) Gigi Hermon, Sophia Elsadig, Aria Gaston-Panthaki, Anthony Tresca, Jude Casanova Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Girls just want to have blood

Noelle Barrera February 20, 2019

Photo by Matthew Claybrook"Vampire Lesbians of Sodom," a theatre lab show directed by Sarah Bastos and based on a script written by Charles Busch in 1984, premiered in the Ruth Taylor Theatre Building...

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Who? What? Wear? of Trinity

Rachel Poovathoor February 7, 2019

Photo by Genevieve Humphreys"It’s very easy for people to see people who design costumes as 'She’s just a woman who sews,' " said Jodi Karjala, the costume designer and costumer for the Department...

Purse strings cut for Trinity University Players

Purse strings cut for Trinity University Players

Kaylie King October 4, 2018

After years of operating as a Registered Student Organization (RSO) and as a departmental organization, Trinity University Players (TUPS) is currently undergoing fundamental changes due to the department’s...

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Shh… “Small Mouth Sounds” opens

Calliope Izquierdo September 29, 2018

The Theatre department’s first Mainstage production of the year, “Small Mouth Sounds” by Bess Wohl, is simply beyond words — literally. The mostly silent play, directed by Kyle Gillette — assistant...

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Mathilde Le Tacon September 5, 2018

If you haven't heard of drama therapy at Trinity University, there's good reason for that. It's new, and it's all the work of one student who transferred to Trinity last year. Junior Molly Rosenblatt,...

To all the rom-coms Ive loved before

To all the rom-coms I’ve loved before

Georgie Riggs August 29, 2018

I've watched enough rom-coms to say that I've seen at least one every four months I've been alive. In simpler terms, that's 67 romantic comedies. It's not enough to make me an expert, but it's enough for...

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