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.
Antonio Ocampo-Guzman, an associate professor of theatre, will make his operatic directorial debut with a new production of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
The play, which opened this week at Northeastern and is directed by professor Matt Gray, utilizes advanced technology to tell the story of a troubled teen with 28 days to save the world.
Four students and alumni received Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards from the College of Arts, Media, and Design for channeling their creativity and leadership skills through film, theater, music, and architecture.
Northeastern’s production of the Stephen Sondheim musical, which opens on Tuesday in the Studio Theatre, focuses on the interconnected lives of a group of adults.
Northeastern’s first theatre production of the year tells the story of 17th-century Londoners under quarantine during an outbreak of the black plague.
In a new book, associate theatre professor Nancy Kindelan makes the case for an expanded role for theatre education in undergraduate learning.
Delivering the annual Robert D. Klein Lecture, English professor Carla Kaplan discussed the complicated story of white women who passed for black in the 1920s.
An apprenticeship program hosted by Northeastern gives young actors a chance to perform Shakespeare alongside seasoned professionals.
Last week, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company began its 16th annual “Shakespeare on the Common” season with “All’s Well That Ends Well.” We asked Erika Boeckeler—an assistant professor of English who recently returned from a postdoctoral fellowship at the Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif. — for some insight into one of The Bard’s lesser-known works.