The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the theatre department’s final production of the semester, opens Tuesday. Find out what’s in store for the audience. Hint: Lots of spelling and “an immersive theater experience.”
Still searching for the perfect Halloween costume? We’ve got you covered. We asked costume and makeup gurus Farah Griffin and Rebecca Price, students in the College of Arts, Media and Design, for some costume ideas using items you already have.
When the curtain rises Tuesday night on The House of Bernarda Alba, the Department of Theatre’s first production of the 2015–16 season, audiences will experience a never-before-heard translation by the play’s director—associate professor Antonio Ocampo-Guzman.
Northeastern’s newest theatre production is motivated by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, and the student actors have followed their director’s advice to separate themselves emotionally from the difficult subject matter.
Scott Edmiston, interim chair of the theatre department, shares his vision for the department and discusses the impact of new co-op partnerships as well as the dramatic redesign of the Studio Theatre’s lobby.
The Northeastern University Department of Theatre’s newest production, The Last Five Years, will give young artists the opportunity to explore the lives they want to create. The show opens Wednesday night.
Victoria Oggioni, AMD’15, is familiar with working offstage. On Tuesday, she will make just her second appearance on the stage, starring in Antigone, the theatre department’s first production of the academic year.
Northeastern’s student theatre production of William Shakespeare’s tragedy, which opens Tuesday night, promises to complement the play’s famous lines with a few surprises.
Bethany, the theatre department’s first production of 2014, tells the darkly comic story of a single mother’s struggle to regain what she’s lost at the height of the Great Recession: her home and her daughter.
The Phantom Lady, Northeastern’s newest student theatre production, which opens Tuesday night, tells the story of a 17th-century Spanish man who gets caught in a duel defending a mysterious woman’s honor.
Elephant’s Graveyard, a play based on the true tale of the tragic collision between a struggling circus and a tiny town in Tennessee in the early 1900s, begins its two-week run on Tuesday in the Curry Student Center’s Studio Theatre.